American Jewish Thanksgiving
Whether you live in America or Israel, the Thanksgiving menu is delicious and satiating. Enjoy this kosher Thanksgiving menu and recipes.
This Jewish Ceremony for Celebrating Thanksgiving was written by Robert Kaiser.
I get an occassional email from someone Jewish asking me if it is okay for them to celebrate Thanksgiving. In response, I have explained in this article why it is both permissable and appropriate for Jews to celebrate Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!
Who was the first Jew to arrive to the newly discovered American continent? In 1585, Joachim Gaunse, a Jewish metallurgist and mining engineer from Prague, landed in Virginia as part of Sir Walter Raleigh's Roanoke expedition.
Kashrut.com has published this article by Rabbi Ari Z. Zivotofsky. How does turkey, a "new" species of fowl, present a significant halachic challenge?
Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky, Executive Director of The Jewish Outreach Institute (JOI), shares Thanksgiving thoughts.
Jews can be grateful on the secular holiday of Thanksgiving for the bounty they enjoy and for their religious freedom. RitualWell.org provides a variety of Jewish prayers that can be recited at your Thanksgiving table.
This article includes an interesting excerpt from Herman Spector's description of a 1939 Jewish Thanksgiving in New York City.
Did you know there is a connection between the Biblical Hebrew words for "thanks" (odeh) and "Jews" (Yehudim)? This "Thanksgiving Reflections" pamphlet, which was published by the United Synagogue of Conservative Movement, offers interesting information about Thanksgiving and Judaism.
Chana (Jenny) Weisberg inspires us to be thankful for the "together" times we experience every day.
This article discusses the halachic issues related to celebrating Thanksgiving.