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Becky Jaye shares her family recipe for pajeon, a Korean potato pancake often made with scallions and other vegetables.
This cookie dough is easily stirred together by hand, and guarantees a tender, crisp, buttery cookie.
Once upon a time a king fell seriously ill, and nobody could figure out how to cure his ailment. Finally, a healer suggested a remedy: if the king could wear the shirt of a person who was absolutely happy, he would be healed. So, a team set out to find a person who was absolutely happy. Did they succeed? Shira Kline, performance and ritual artist and director of worship at Lab/Shul retells the story.
All is not always what it seems, as we learn when a man from Pinsk tricks a woman in Minsk with a dancing bear and a very sweet Minchah (afternoon service). Join Rabbi Steven Bob, as he shares the tale of “The Dancing Bear”.
How do we know if we're always doing our best at what we do? What is the best, and most ethical, way to find out? This week, join Jerry Kaye as he explores this idea through the story of a young woman making a phone call and how we too can keep ourselves most accountable.