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HOLIDAYS


Slow Braised Brisket and Onions by Jamie Geller
Fish Cakes by Efrat Petel
Marinated and Grilled Salmon by Efrat Petel
Mars Bars (Vegan & Gluten Free) by Efrat Petel
Fillet Mignon by Lily Aronin
Dried Fruit Cake by Gil Hovav
Simanim Salad by Chef Zissie
Recipes for a Sweet New Year
Create Your Own Monochromatic Pomegranates
Pomegranate Still Life Paintings By Reuven Rubin
Create Your Own Pomegranate Mixed Media Trees
Buy for Good Honey Candle Greeting
Rosh Hashanah Reflections of Israel and Art
Rosh Hashanah Arts

Sep 11, 2017

Rosh Hashanah Arts

The Best Thing That Happened To You This Year
Rimonim inspired by Israeli Artists Nachum Gutman and Reuven Rubin
Spiced Israeli Honey Date Cake
Spiced Israeli Honey Date Cake
Fruit and Almond Buckle
Fruit and Almond Buckle
Abraham's Promised Land
Milk And Honey: A Celebration of Israel on Shavuot
The Shavuot Paradox

May 25, 2017

The Shavuot Paradox

Instilling a love of the Jewish homeland
America and Lag B’Omer, What is the Connection?
Why is this Passover video different from all other Passover videos?
Seder songs like you’ve never heard before
Purim: When Hebrews Became Jews
The Year Without Purim…Another Time and Place
Purim Lessons for Today, Seriously
The Therapeutic Joy of Purim
Purim: An Order Out of Chaos
Celebrating the fruits of the land on Tu b'Shevat
Israel: a Candle of Light in a Dark World
Here And There: A Great Miracle that Happened
8 Videos to Laugh and Bring Light
A Hanukkah gift from Israel Forever
Lighting The Spark Of Unity
When The Light Did Not Go Out
12 Places to Look for Sukkot in Jerusalem
Sukkot in Israel: Did You Know...
Israel During Sukkot

Oct 14, 2016

Israel During Sukkot

17 Ways You Know Sukkot Is Coming in Israel
Next Year - B'Shanah Ha'Baah
Happy Rosh HaShanah From Our Lone Soldiers
Finding Israel, Finding Roots on Rosh HaShanah
Prime Minister Of Israel Binyamin Netanyahu: A Rosh HaShanah Greeting For The World
10 Ways You Know Rosh Hashana is Approaching in Israel
Make Your Holidays Special with These Unique Dishes
Ki Tavo: When You Enter the Land...
Tu B'Av: An IDF Love Story
Matkot madness on Israel's beaches
Making Matzah at Kfar Chabad, Israel
Laugh With Israel Top Submissions
Give and Give More: Beyond Mishloach Manot
The Purim Aliyah Connection
5 Ways to Show Israelis You Care, Purim Style
Everything is Still Open: (hakol patuach - הכל פתוח)
Ani Yehudi אני יהודי
Born for Peace - אני נולדתי לשלום
Born for Peace - אני נולדתי לשלום
My Herzl Online Film Screening
Mayor of Jerusalem, Nir Barkat, at Open House Jerusalem
WATCH: Roots Israel by Samuel Benha
Listen: Cry No More by Shwekey
A Struggle For Survival Against All Odds: The Yom Kippur War
Shir la Giborim / A Song for Our Heroes
Pomegranates: Queen of the New Year Season
Israel Does Yom Kippur

Sep 22, 2015

Israel Does Yom Kippur

Shofar: Revitalizing the Jewish Soul
Cooking Israel Recipes for the Chagim
Ten Ways You Know Rosh HaShanah In Israel Is Almost Here
One Day in Jerusalem . . .
Joy from Pain: Lessons of Jewish History
Dare to Dream/Dare to Build
Why You Should Know San Remo
Shibolim - שיבולים
Fading Traditions

May 18, 2015

Fading Traditions

10 ways You can Celebrate Israel at Home this Yom HaAtzmaut
Independence: Fulfillment of the Dream
What Passover Means to Young Adults
Spring Has Arrived, Passover Is Coming
How Technion Students Celebrate Passover
The Freedom to Choose

Apr 8, 2015

The Freedom to Choose

Homemade Hazeret

Apr 8, 2015

Homemade Hazeret

Passover, Israeli Independence Day and Shavuot - The Deeper Connection
A Passover Prayer

Apr 8, 2015

A Passover Prayer

Passover Rhapsody - A Jewish Rock Opera
Passover: A Time to Remember the Lessons of Moses
A Pesach Feast Awaits: Recipes from the Ashkenazi and Sephardic Kitchen
Midnight Escape - "Bachatzi Halayla"
Pesach Egg Rolls

Apr 3, 2015

Pesach Egg Rolls

Memories of Passover: Excerpts from the Letters of Tzippy Porath
Israel is Our Homeland, There is No Other
Yada Yada Yada: Ad Lo Yada?
It's Time to Party: Purim in Israel
A More Mindful Tu B'Shevat
Tu B'Shevat through the Generations
Rosh Chodesh Shevat: Renewing our Inspiration
The Hanukkah Menorah: Past and Present