How to Make Doughnuts

No hassle, no mixer, square and round doughnuts.

Small Talk

Elevating the conversation by being fascinated with other people.

3 Secrets to a Long and Happy Marriage

How to be happily married for more than 50 years.

Fun Chanukah Cooking

Chanukah cooking doesn’t have to be boring!

Will Cosmetic Surgery Help?

A facelift is not the solution to the real problem at hand.

Chanukah: A New Spin on Traditional Recipes

Some favorite traditional and dairy recipes your family will love.

Ten Things Men Wish Women Knew

The unadorned truth. Print it and refer to it often.

Ten Things Women Wish Men Knew

Guys, print this out and refer to it often.

Jewish Weddings and Wine

The secret to a Jewish marriage is hidden in the wine.

The Duggar Family

She's expecting her 20th child. Why all the vitriol?

Simple Chinese Food

You can't go wrong with this sesame chicken stir fry and wok soup with mushroom cashew wontons.

Worst Parent in the World

Protecting the welfare of our children supersedes the need to be considered their best-buddy.

And the Winner Is…

My son is running against his best friend and I'm afraid.

An Open Letter to Teachers

Before our parent/teacher meeting, allow me to explain where I'm coming from.

Light Recipes for Autumn

Great recipes you'll "Fall" for...

Android & Me

I took the plunge and acquired the latest Android phone. It went downhill from there.

Marriage Advice for Ashton and Demi

Six essential concepts to a good marriage.

The Kim Kardashian Spectacle

This new low reminds us of the toxicity of Reality TV.

Jeff Nathan's 10 Favorite Recipes

Adventures in Jewish cooking with America's popular TV chef.

Overcoming the Parent Syndrome

I did not naturally love my baby son. Was something wrong with me?

It’s Raining, It’s Pouring

We can teach children to view circumstances as either good or bad.

My Day of Silence

What I learned from not talking for one day.

Jerusalem Cowboy

Meet Natie Charles, the Prince of Tales.

The Art of Cooking with Style

Revolutionize your dinner presentations with stunning dishes, made from simple, classic ingredients.

Raising Different Drummers

You can't change your child's personality. Embrace it.

Friendship & Empathy

Rare and precious is the friend who experiences your pain like his or her own.

As the Flame Flickers

The challenge of observing the anniversary of the death of someone never born.

Sukkot Specialties II

Savory dishes for the sukkah.

Bat Mitzvah Gifts for My Daughter

Spanning three generations, I want to give you some very special gifts that are close to my heart.

Sukkot: Intense Closeness

The holiday reminds me of the special times of marrying off my daughters.

A Sukkot Feast

Some traditional (and not so traditional) recipes, made easy for the busy cook.

It's All in the Name

Paradoxically, our children help connect us to our Jewish roots.

Nothing's Perfect

This Yom Kippur, I regret looking at what doesn't work, and I'm learning to focus on the positive.

Construction Ahead

The delicate art of building our children's confidence.

Sweet & Savory New Year

Combining the spiciness of savory food with the delectable flavor of sweetness.

Three Ideas for Rosh Hashanah

Bringing down to earth the machzor's central ideas.

The Telemarketer

Sometimes, you have to throw away the script.

Apples for Rosh Hashanah

My best apple recipes for a sweet new year.

Rosh Hashanah Opportunity

God wants to grant us another year of life. Are we ready to embrace it?

Love Insurance

Three steps to protect the most important investment of your life.

The Best Honey Cakes

It’s the small touches that make the difference.

Leaving Home

Saying goodbye is supposed to be messy and conflicted.

Recipes for a Sweet New Year

Rosh Hashanah recipes comprised of the sweetest ingredients. Tradition with a twist.

Even The Food Channel

Humiliation as a form of entertainment.

Chicken Salad Sandwiches

The super easy no scramble dinner.

To Bris or Not To Bris?

The last few months of my pregnancy, I spent more time agonizing about the bris than about labor itself.

Married Couples' Biggest Mistake

If couples fail to nurture their marriage, eventually they'll grow apart.

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