Jews and non-Jews around the United States are turning to the Internet
for information, advice and gifts for Jewish holidays and customs.
Westport, CT (PRWEB) April 10, 2007 --
As many people-both Jewish and non-Jewish -- look to learn more about the
and traditions, they are turning to the Internet for information and resources to help them learn and celebrate these important holidays.
"I try hard to keep some of the traditions alive but it is not always easy. Honestly, if it wasn't for the Internet I do not think I would know about the
and customs of many of the holidays," Robyn Goldman, 36, New York, New York explains.
Goldman, like many people who observe the Jewish holidays, is turning to the
Internet for information about the traditions as well as to buy foods that help keep the traditions alive.
Foods such as brisket, noodle kugel, chicken soup with matzo balls, and a
variety of baked goods including babka and rugelach are popular for Jewish
Jane Moritz, owner of Challah Connection, an online provider of kosher gift
baskets and traditional Jewish foods, takes great pride in not only keeping
Jewish traditions flourishing but in also providing high quality,
kosher baked goods and holiday food items to enjoy with family and friends.
"Every gift basket and food item we offer is of the same high quality I would want and expect to serve my family and friends and that is the Challah Connection difference," Moritz explains. "I also find it important to help explain some of the traditions and culture of the different holidays to both my Jewish and non-Jewish customers who can appreciate these wonderful traditions and delicious traditional foods," Moritz continues.
"The celebration of holidays are often more than just religious celebrations -- they are times for family to also celebrate being a family and for people to come together and celebrate their relationships and friendships," Moritz explains. "Enjoying wonderful food, great conversation and joy together is what holidays are about to many of my customers and I love the fact
that they are enjoying our brisket and baked goods as they celebrate these holidays with the people they love," Moritz continues.
Religious leaders from around the world have been lamenting over what appears to be a turning away from organized religion. The Internet, however, has been seen as a powerful vehicle that is reconnecting people with their faith. Many Jewish and non-Jewish people are searching for information on Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur and other holidays to learn more about the tradition and how to keep that tradition alive.
"It may sound a bit odd, but I have to say the Internet has really helped me
reestablish a connection to my Jewish heritage ever since my mother died. It
was a special moment in my home when a
sympathy gift basket from The Challah Connection delivered. It was as much a reconnection to my mother as it was reconnection to my faith," Skawinski concludes.
The Challah Connection, based in Westport CT, is a leading online provider of
kosher gift baskets for all occasions including sympathy, holiday, birthday
With an emphasis on quality -- both in the goods produced and in every aspect
of customer service--The Challah Connection has become a premier provider of
kosher gift baskets, gifts and baked goods.
Ideal gifts for those who keep kosher and for anyone who values high quality
baked goods and other treats, the creations of The Challah Connection are
appropriate for all occasions.
Fast, on-time delivery and attention to detail in presentation has built a
loyal customer base around the world.
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