Our tradition gives us the gift of resting and recharging every week. Lighting candles, partaking in wine, and savoring the smell and taste of fresh baked challah are an invitation to take a deep breath and deepen our connection. Celebrate the original “earth day” and take care of yourself with these relaxing, community connecting ideas. Boulder offers so many different ways to celebrate Shabbat every week. Shabbat Shalom!
I’ve been invited to Shabbat dinner, what can I expect?
Looking for a Shabbat dinner? Try Shabbat.com.
Mmmm. What’s that Smell? – Rabbi Marc Soloway, Congregation Bonai Shalom
Omer, Shmita, Fair Food, Sabbatical – Nigel Savage, Executive Director of Hazon
High Altitude Challah (from food.com and allrecipes.com)
The Jew and the Carrot – compilation of recipes from a food blog about Jews, Food and Contemporary Issues (sponsored by Hazon). We’ve pulled out all of the “Shabbat meals” recipes from the blog.
Where can I find it?
Look what South Africa did last year! They are looking to make it worldwide for 2014.