I love fall, nature, excuses to be outside, and autumn harvest foods. So it’s no wonder that I love Sukkot.
If you don’t have the luxury of being able to build your own sukkah, there are still 100s of ways to celebrate.
To inspire you, here are just a few:
Colorful Sukkot Recipes
Easy Roasted Red Pepper Soup from kosherlikeme.com
Build a Mini Sukkah for Sukkot from Tori Avey
Instant Edible Sukkah from BibleBeltBalabosta
More Family-Friendly Sukkot Ideas
“Excuse for a 7-Day Picnic” – with ideas galore to celebrate Sukkot with your family at home
“Rich Variety of Sukkot Traditions” with a link to a lovely Leah Koenig article about how Jews around the world celebrate Sukkot
Chag sameach! Happy holidays!
If all this talk of fall makes you think ahead to Hanukkah, it’s not too early to start thinking about that holiday.