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The newest book from the PunkTorah family. Essays, recipes, rituals and more, this handy guide to Shavuot will help you take ownership of this sacred holiday. Imagine ice cream, spirituality, blessings, warmth and study: that’s the Shavuot way!
Circle Pit the Bimah: Commentaries on the Weekly Torah Portion
This collection of dvrei Torah (teachings on the weekly Torah portion) by Jeremiah Satterfield is a mosh pit frenzy of stream-of-consciousness journalism about God, Jewish identity, Jewish history, life, love and everything in between.
Ahava Rabbah:The OneShul Community Siddur 5772
This transliterated Hebrew/English siddur supplement was written by the OneShul.org community. In it you’ll find: Prayers for the Three Daily Services, Shabbat, Havdalah and Holidays; A bencher (Birkat Hamazone); Passover Haggadah and More!
PunkTorah: The First Anthology
It’s a no holds barred collection of spiritual insights, cultural reflections and in-your-face articles by PunkTorah co-founder Patrick Aleph.
It’s a journey to the end of Jewish America and back.
This eBook is our first prayer book for online High Holidays services.
In it you will find: High Holidays Meditations; Prayer Services for Rosh Hashanah; Prayer Services for Yom Kippur; Articles, Insights and Menu Planning Guides
Move over, Don Draper. This cocktail book is filled with 1960’s inspired cocktail recipes for your favorite boozy, schmoozy Jews.
Also included are tips on how to build your own home bar (great for all those holiday parties) and great party recipes for budding chefs.
Delicious vegan, kosher recipes from all over the PunkTorah community, including some amazing menues for Hanukkah, Rosh Hashanah and even the Yom Kippur break fast!
Kol Nidre // All Vows, by artist and performer Rebecca Wright. This mini-album takes Kol Nidre, the classical song of Yom Kippur, and “remixes” it in three formats: vocal, vocal/piano, and a dark, electro “chill mix” by PunkTorah founder Patrick Aleph.
Download each track below…