Check out this week’s Pshats for Shots parashah sheet for Parashat Vayezei!
The newest episode of our weekly podcast/video series is now available: “Wine in the Mishnah” features an overview of the term יין/wine in the Mishnah, with guest Rabbi Dr. Avraham Walfish. Rabbi Dr. Walfish’s recent book Mishnaic Tapestries – Tractate Berakhot/מרבדי משנה – פרקי ברכות: עיון ספרותי ורעיוני במשנת ברכות (which is available for purchase […]
Check out this week’s Pshats for Shots Parashah Sheet for Parashat Toledot!
Check out this week’s Pshats for Shots Parashah Sheet for Parashat Hayey Sarah – in addition to a drinking halakhah and d’var Torah, there is also – for the first-time ever, a bottle of the week!
For this week’s podcast/video episode, we have on featured guest Rabbi Eryn London, who is currently serving as the scholar-in-residence for JOFA UK, and is a graduate of Yeshivat Maharat. After last week’s episode discussing the incident of Lot’s drinking with his daughters, there is still strikingly more to discuss about this incident in the […]
How frequently does wine appear in the Mishnah (יין במשנה)? The phrase יין appears in the Mishnah more than 235 times*🍷🍷🍷 The next question you may be asking: where does it appear the most frequently? Let’s start by breaking down the occurrences of the phrase יין in the Mishnah by סדר (seder): סדר נזיקין – […]
For the first-time ever, this week’s Pshats for Shots issue is two-pages! Click here to check it out, which includes a halakhah of the week
Discussing Lot’s getting drunk with his daughters (Gen. 19:30-38), guest Aaron Roller, co-host of The Portion podcast, chats with Jewish Drinking: The Show host, Rabbi Drew Kaplan, in both podcast and video versions:
The new parashah sheet for Lekh Lekha is now available! Previous parashah sheets are available here.
Following Avram’s involvement in the war between the four kings vs the five kings, when Avram rescued Lot (Gen. 14:14-16), we read of the king of S’dom coming out to meet Avram (Gen. 14:17). However, before the king of S’dom speaks with Avram (Gen. 14:21-24), there is a brief narrative interruption where Malkitzedek, the king […]