You can grill!  Food Network Chefs have a whole Grilling Central of menus and recipes for you!  But, there are catering considerations for your outdoor event, especially for a Modern Jewish Wedding!  The Knot has great ideas on how to take the fond memories we all have of summer grilling and making them elegant enough for even the most traditional of Jewish brides! But, for me it’s all about Dessert! If ever the mantra, “Life…

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Yesterday we kicked off the all week July 4th celebration! We’re doing all things wedding with a patriotic twist!  Today, Invitations! Check these great invites from Etsy.com Flywheel Press does these custom letterpress invites.  You can choose from 26 different colors for no additional charge! Over at WeddingBee.com you can see how a bride managed to duplicate these invites as a DIY project! You can even find formal invites! For more information on what makes…

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This week’s Torah portion–Korach, is my favorite.  (Excluding Noach, which is my Bat Mitzvah portion!) Michael, summed up Korach like this on the occasion of his Bar Mitzvah, “It (the Torah portion Korach) is named after its main character, a rebel named Korach, who is angry at Moses and Aaron because he thinks they have too much power.  Korach wants everyone to be equal in Judaism, and so, along with a couple other leaders named…

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According to the bride Rachel, “I would call the style of the wedding romantic modern with vintage inspiration. We were inspired by San Francisco and all things vintage. We absolutely love this city so we wanted to incorporate as many little details and elements we could that reflected this. We chose Temple Emanu El and the Cliff House for the ceremony and reception sites because they are both historic San Francisco landmarks. We wanted to…

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Escaping the 100 + degree weather at home we have been exploring the Bay area of Northern CA.   We visited Stanford and UC Berkley; went to Muir Woods; went shopping for souvenirs on Pier 39; had New England clam chowder in a famous sourdough bread bowl and my personal favorite–visited Alcatraz! Alcatraz Prison was once home to the country’s most infamous criminals including Al Capone and the famous Robert Stroud, “Birdman” of Alcatraz.  The…

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