How to: Judaism at Home Being stuck at home means that there’s a lot of time to engage in Judaism, but it also means that we have to engage in it ourselves, with only the people we are in quarantine with around us. So here’s a list of at-home Judaism how-to’s, and ideas to explore Judaism further.
How to: Shabbat Dinner: Shabbat dinner is the most important time of the week for many people. It is a time of relaxation, bonding, eating, togetherness, celebration, and Judaism.
A traditional Shabbat dinner consists of: ~ Blessing over candles (see “Prayers” for the full prayer) ~Blessing over wine/Kiddush (see “Prayers” for the full prayers) ~Challah (Traditional sweet bread - Click here for an AMAZING recipe: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/6760/challah-i/) ~Blessing over Challah (see “Prayers” for the full prayer) ~ Lots of food; especially chicken, soups, or fancier foods than normal ~Friends and family (despite the quarantine, you can still video chat with others during the meal!)