Posts Tagged ‘holidays’

Friday’s Passover Pick

The gift shops at The Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco and The Jewish Museum of New York are my go-to places for GREAT finds. Here’s my faves for Passover from both shops.   Saturday’s Pick – A geometric seder plate and more!  

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Wednesday’s Passover Pick

I’m loving these Passover buttons.Tevah and Jody Platt are two sisters from Ann Arbor who started their button business just 8 weeks ago! Tevah told me that “having the opportunity to be creative and act on one’s ideas is, appropriately for Passover, a kind of freedom.”  For as long as she can remember her family has…

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Tuesday’s Passover Pick

Matzah never had it so good. Check out these fun graphic matzah covers and afikomen bags by Israeli artist Barbara Shaw.   Visit the online shop ModernTribe to find these great Afikomen Bags & Matzah Covers. Wednesday’s Pick —  Passover buttons!

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Monday’s Passover Pick

This seder plate is unlike any others. Created in collaboration with master weaver Jonathan Kline and California potter Victoria Morris, this limited edition plate consists of six handmade turquoise ceramic dishes nested in a woven black ash basket. Transform your seder table from ordinary to extraordinary. Contact March for more information. Tuesday’s Passover Pick —…

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8 Days of Top Picks for a Stylish Seder Table

Yep. It’s around the corner. I’m posting every day this week. It’s an 8 day round-up of fabulous finds for Passover. Today I’m bringing you cool coasters by Matanote.   After a disappointing search to find modern and tasteful Jewish cards, Molly Rosenberg took matters into her own hands and launched Matanote Stationery. These coasters…

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Molly Yeh and the Best Challah You’ve Never Made

I bet you never made a challah quite like this one.  I bet you never met someone quite like Molly Yeh.  Let’s start with Molly and then we’ll talk about her challah.  She’s no slouch.  Molly graduated from Juilliard in 2011 with a degree in percussion. She’s played at Carnegie Hall and with the Hong Kong…

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