This past Friday, I went over to my family friends house for Shabbat Dinner. My friend's mom made her delicious red lentil soup, which goes great with her homemade challah
The other day while I was home for Thanksgiving, I went to my local Jewish Deli called Hymies. I had a knish and some matzo ball soup. It was delicious and the perfect way to come home
I downloaded Jewish Cookbooks-Video Recipes because I really like to cook and I'm looking to make some challah stuffing for a friendsgiving I'm hosting.
I downloaded this app because I think it's really helpful for a lot of reasons. This way I'm always able to reference the calendar to see when the Jewish holidays are. This is especially helpful because they aren't really listed in my school planner.
I downloaded this app because I don't know a lot of Hebrew, but recently I've been really interested in learning some words. It's extremely helpful for someone like me who just wants to learn a couple of words here and there
I downloaded the Kosher near me application on my iPhone because a lot of my friends are kosher so this way it will make it easier when we're deciding on a restaurant.
This past Friday, I attended a shabbat meal held by Chabbad at my friend's house. It was very enjoyable and after we played games
Last week, I attended a 21+ Shabbat dinner held at my friends house hosted by Hillel. It was great to just sit and chat in the comfort of a home, as well as a nice touch to drink wine during Kiddish
Tonight my friend and I cooked chicken schnitzel. It was a lot of fun and extremely delicious. I will definitely be trying this recipe again
This past Friday, I attended prayer services at hillel. This week's services were somewhat different because it was led by my fellow sorority sisters. They even led a small activity of meditation, which was a nice touch
This past Friday, I attended a shabbat meal with Hillel. This weeks shabbat was sponsored by my sorority, Alpha Epsilon Phi in honor of our charity, Sharsharet. We had schnitzel and pink challah
This week, I held a Shabbat dinner at my house with my roommates. We cooked together and made tacos. I would definitely do this again and hopefully invite more people next time
My favorite part of Sukkot is celebrating with family and friends and enjoying the wonderful food that is made. I would definitely be interested in building a Sukkah next Sukkot with my family.
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On August 28th, I went to a birthright reunion where we had falafel and talked about bringing Israel home. It was great to see everyone again
I attended the New Year party and attended the pregame at boots. It was great to see people from Hillel and Birthright alike.
I went to a local kosher restaurant in Squirrel Hill. It was really delicious and I had challah french toast.
I downloaded this app and it was extremely beneficial for people who are kosher
Love how they help out the environment
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Love at how many students benefit from this
I love this idea especially for people who are new to the area
The other night, I made Israeli salad for the first time. It was delicious and I definitely will be making it again
I downloaded Jake TV and it was extremely influential and interesting. Will go back and watch again
I downloaded Jswipe to see what it was like and it was very interesting way of meeting people, but not for me
On Wednesday, I attended a Rosh Hashanah dinner that was combined with Chabad and Hillel. We had chicken, gefilte fish, and apples and honey.
On Wednesday, I attended a Rosh Hashanah meal that was with Hillel and Chabad. It was an extremely enjoyable night and got to see a lot of people from my birthright trip.
Last night I celebrated Shabbat at home with my friends. We made lemon chicken and broccoli
This Friday, I attended Shabbat Dinner at Hillel. It was very enjoyable
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