There is only one Shabbat every week, so take advantage of it for its matzo ball soup, sweet challah and melodic songs. When you cook Shabbat dinner, think about how proud you are of your family. And don't be afraid to combine the traditional with the innovative to add a little spice into your Sabbath. It's a kvetch to do it all. But when it's done, all you can do is kvell.
When you celebrate Shabbat, you join millions of Jews from around the world who are experiencing Shabbat at the same time. There are many different ways to celebrate Shabbat. The key is to do it in a way that will bring meaning and connection you, your family, friends and community.
One of the yummiest aspects of Shabbat is the challah. Whether you are an experienced challah baker or a first-timer, making challah is an energetic and fun experience with mystical, traditional and innovative roles.
You can also light Shabbat candles, say Kiddush or kibbitz around the table at a festive Shabbat meal. Whatever you do...enjoy!
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