When you pull out the "good stuff" for the holidays, make sure it's actually, truly good for you.
I love the harvest that autumn brings to us. It's an invigorating time of renewal and bounty in nature and with Rosh Hashanah on our heels, it's a time for setting intentions for a sweet, bountiful year. My whole family including the gluttons for gluten look forward to eating my gluten free adaptations. I hope to make your year a little sweeter with a couple of fresh ideas for those baskets of harvested apples.
And how do you pronounce "shanah tova" anyway?
Followers of Judaism around the world are preparing to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, from Sept. 24 to 26
Sometimes the worst of times may be the best of times in disguise. I repeat the caveat: sometimes. Case in point, let's look at four very different mayors from across Canada: Gérald Tremblay, Rob Ford, Naheed Nenshi, and Colette Roy-Laroche. They all faced different types of crises this summer, and their responses defined them in the public eye.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is celebrated with a bounty of sweet and rich foods, symbolizing happiness and prosperity
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, begins the night of Wednesday, Sept. 4. The festival starts on the first day of Tishrei
Playboy for tweens, bad fast food, attachment parenting, the new iPhone 5 and call your zayde (I'll explain). It's been a fun week. There's no doubt you all remember our favourite breast feeding mommy, Jamie Lynn Grumet, who posed for the cover of TIME Magazine last spring with her three year old son at her breast. Well, Jamie's back
Be eco-"logical" about planning your family gatherings right from the get-go. Shopping locally for an organic Rosh Hashanah meal, apples and honey will not only help support your neighbours and community, but you will also serve kind, chemical and pesticide-free food.