Devorah Leah Wagshul of Los Angeles has compiled a surefire list of winning recipes, handy organizing tools for guest lists, shopping lists, and even some inspiring divrei Torah to help streamline yomtov prep.
Women all over the world have discovered a secret shortcut to plan their busy yom tov meals, and streamline the process to reduce stress.
Before yom tov a mother might find herself scouring cookbooks and blogs for the perfect recipe, and juggling shopping lists and guest lists on the fridge or post it notes, all while trying to entertain the children home from school to “help” for yom tov.
What if someone compiled and tested a surefire list of winning recipes organized by course, and included handy organizing tools for guest lists, shopping lists, and even threw in inspiring divrei Torah?
For the past 5 years, Devorah Leah Wagshul of Los Angeles has done just that in her “Recipes for the Body and Soul” Google Doc series. Thousands of Jewish women from all over the world have been raving about how much this planner and choice of recipes helps them streamline their yomtov prep.
This Sukkos the 2020 edition of Sukkot Recipes For the Body n’ Soul contains a new helpful table of contents that is hyperlinked to each section of the doc, packed with helpful menu organizers, shopping list planners, recipes for everything from salads and challah to dessert and dips!
While Devorah Leah has always shared this document she prepares for her own yom tov prep, and never asked for any payment for herself, this year she has decided to use the opportunity to ask her fans to help a cause close to her heart.
Recently Devorah Leah and her husband Rabbi Avrohom Wagshul began the Yad Menachem Scholarship fund (CLICK HERE for the website), which is helping Jewish children move from public school to Jewish day schools, as well as helping families who cannot afford tuition for Yeshiva day schools. While the recipe and menu planner is free of charge Devorah Leah is encouraging everyone to donate any amount to help give a Jewish child the gift of a Jewish education! Donations are tax deductible as Yad Menachem is a program of the 501c3 approved charity Jewish Education Works.
To View Sukkos Recipes For The Body and Soul: Click Here
Donation can be made by any of these methods:
Credit Card: CLICK HERE and select donate with credit/debit card
Paypal: [email protected]
Chase Quickpay or Zelle: [email protected]
Checks can be written to Jewish Education Works and mailed to 1119 S Corning St. #1 LA, CA 90035
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