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When do you reflect? Unwind from the week at this communal, family-style meal held in recognition of the harvest.
Week after week, I light two small candles. I move behind my children and put one hand on each of their heads and I begin my prayer:
The first time I tasted a mojito, and I mean really tasted a mojito, I was in Havana with my family, and my dad had whisked me away to a local hotspot after a long, sweaty day of delivering humanitarian aid to those in need. This was the taste of Cuba I had heard so much about from my mother’s stories.
Boee Kala means, “Come my bride,” and this Piyut (Jewish liturgical poem) is sung traditionally on Shabbat evening as a way to prepare for and welcome Shabbat metaphorically, as we would welcome a bride to her wedding.