During the week long festival of Sukkot, Jews live and eat in huts called Sukkahs. These huts mimic what farmers slept in during ancient harvests and are a way to honor the 40 years they lived in the desert. What are some ways you can celebrate?
- Make a sukkah: The traditional hut is sturdy enough to last all week, has a thatched roof made of leaves and sticks so you can see the stars.
- And decorate it! Our Honeycomb Napkin Rings or matching Honeycomb Tray are both a great choice!
- Eat and sleep in the sukkah! Traditionally, you can eat every meal and sleep in the sukkah too. (Weather permitting.)
- Don't Forget the Lulov and Etrog! Shake with style in your Sukkah with a traditional set of the arba minim (four species) grown with care at special citron orchards in central Israel. We have a Standard and Premium Set to choose from!