In one week, we’ll be preparing our deliveries of Mishloach Manot, gifts of at least two kinds of food that are traditionally delivered to friends and family on Purim. What goes in our mishloach manot? Hamentashen, of course, and if you haven’t tried my great-grandmother’s recipe then you simply haven’t had Hamentashen. We usually make…

I’m delighted to announce the winner of the most delicious homeshuling giveaway ever. Random.org has selected Ima2Seven as the winner of the mishloach manot basket of natural and organic products from Israel. Mazel Tov, Rachel. Please send me an email with your address and your basket will be on its way in time for Purim.…

Yes, I know we only recently celebrated Rosh Chodesh Adar, the first days of the month in which Purim falls, but I’m always (or at least occasionally) thinking ahead about future blog posts. I’ve already posted this on facebook, but I know some my readers don’t follow me there. What seder traditions are unique to…

And the winner, chosen at random by the aptly named random.org, is….. Ruby G, who wrote: March 5, 2011 9:07 PM Lovely review of what sounds like a book to read and savor. Wish I could knit better; maybe I will after reading it.Thanks. Mazel Tov, Ruby! Email me at homeshuling at gmail dot com…

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ameltzer

I'm a mother of two girls, raised in suburban Baltimore, and transplanted to a small New England town. I teach, write, and try to create a vibrant Jewish home for my family while spending very little time in synagogue. I guess you could say we're home-shuling.

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