Happy New Year from Your Friends at Moment

This High Holiday season, we would like to take the opportunity to share Jewish New Year recipes and inspirations, including tips on holiday meal preparation, ideas to consider, topics for debate and discussions that offer meaning and depth.

Butternut squash soup

Top Foods to Eat on Sukkot

It is that time of year again: the leaves changing, the weather cooling, October whirling into crisp, crunchy autumn. As the festivities begin and people start decorating, it can mean only one thing: It’s time to build a sukkah. Sukkot is a harvest holiday, which means it’s all about the food. As Sukkot is only days away, here are the top foods to enjoy in your sukkah (while doing that mitzvah!).

Super-Sukkah for Sale!

My father is selling his sukkah. It’s the only piece of real estate he and my mother own, a temporary hut without even a real roof.  It’s priceless, of course, but he is asking $4,900. He set that number after consulting with a friend who sells real estate.
While he considers it “priced to sell” at $4,900,  he really just wants to find it a home, which is easier said than done.

Sweet Foods for a Sweet New Year

Explore traditional and innovative Jewish New Year recipes…plus discover the meaning of special holiday foods.

On Prayer

Ponder, probe and debate with Moment’s “Ask the Rabbis”

Meaning & Inspiration

Be inspired by Rosh HaShanah & Yom Kippur traditons across cultures, time and beliefs.