FREE Sukkah Banner Printables: Rules of the Sukkah + Ushpizin
Show of hands: Who started building their sukkah tonight? Whether you were out there right after your post-fast glass of OJ, or plan to get started a little later, here are some fantastic FREE printables for your Sukkah that you are going to LOVE, courtesy of Sukkah World. First, I adore this fun Dr. Seuss’ ...
Sukkot coloring pages for Kids
Sukkot is one of the most important Jewish holidays, Sukkot coloring pages for Kids is a beautiful way to spend the holiday coloring and decorating ideas.
I unfortunately don't have photos of the living room walls yet (have been working crazy hours at work) but in honor of the Jewish holiday of Sukkos (or Sukkot) that begins Wednesday night, I baked and decorated some (not PCOS diet approved) cupcakes. Okay, so I cheated on all of it. But I made them after coming home from work at 11:30pm so I think I deserve a pass on this one. They're half Duncan Hines' Devils Food and half Classic Yellow cake mixes, and store-bought frosting mixed with blue…
Sukkot Free Jewish Coloring Pages for Kids
View these Sukkot holiday projects for the family, Jewish Parents can print these Sukkot Free Jewish Coloring Pages for their Jewish Kids.
14 Recipes for a Festive Sukkot
Here’s a fun fact: Sukkot, also known as Z’man Simchateinu, is the only festival associated with an explicit commandment to rejoice - and what better way to rejoice than by eating delicious fall foods? ReformJudaism.org has the perfect recipes to help you give thanks for the fall harvest. Find your nearest sukkah and start noshing!
Building & Decorating Your Sukkah on a Budget
Photo Credit I have heard from a number of readers who are looking to build their first sukkah this year and can’t afford to lay out several hundreds of dollars for a sukkah kit. Worry not! You can actually have just as nice of a sukkah (or nicer!) by doing it yourself on a budget. ...
Sukkot Menu Plan (2012)
PHOTO CREDIT: JDCC If you follow Kosher on a Budget on Facebook, you know that I’ve been avoiding/dreading menu planning for Sukkot. Even though Rosh Hashana went remarkably well, I always seem to get that post-yom tov letdown, in which I desperately want to NOT wash any dishes or fry any onions for a very ...