Join us virtually with author Beth Ricanati, MD, as she leads us through her challah recipe and a discussion about wellness and taking time for ourselves. Discover why Beth learned “that simply stopping and baking bread was the best medicine she could prescribe for women in a fast-paced world.”
Learn more about Beth Ricanati and check out her book Braided: A Journey of A Thousand Challahs, which is available now.
We will be on Zoom this year with baking kits available. The $18 fee is per household and includes the zoom link, dry ingredients for one recipe of challah, a booklet of Shabbat recipes, grape juice, and Shabbat candles. Kit pickup will be the week of October 25th. An email will be sent for you to select a time to come pick up your kit.
Register by October 18th to receive a baking kit. Registration closes on October 25th.
About Beth Recanti
Beth Recanti is a physician and author. She has over 15 years experience in women's health at Clevland Clinic and New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. Her first book, the award winning Braided: A Journey of a Thousand Challahs, chronicles her journey of a thousand challahs and one women's quest for wellness and peace. The author has built her career around bringing wellness and peace into everyday lives, especially busy moms juggling life, work, and children.
Baking kits will be available for pickup on Monday, October 25th and Tuesday, October 26th.
The Federation is pleased to partner with Columbia Community Care to provide menstrual products for those experiencing homelessness or low-income disparity. When you pick up your Baking Kit, please bring menstrual health products to donate (unopened boxes).
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