Nina Lichtenstein is a writer, teacher, and storyteller who divides her time between Maine and Tel Aviv.
The very different lessons I learned from my mother and my mother-in-law
Norwegians once avoided the fish, due to a strange legend stemming from the Nazi occupation. But to me, it’s a favorite: kosher, delicious, and a reminder of home.
A survivor uses his optimistic outlook—and his dancing skills—to entertain and teach, 30 seconds at a time
A small group of women in Norway are keeping tradition alive by sewing traditional shrouds for the dead
Less salty and more elegant than lox, this Scandinavian specialty is easy to prepare at home
And what it has to do with Brexit
How Judy Batalion turned a book about women resistance fighters in the ghettos into an age-appropriate resource for middle schoolers
How to make granola you’ll want to eat by the handful
When I converted to Judaism, I left behind part of my Norwegian heritage