Sukkot celebrates the fall gathering of crops. It is an opportunity to be grateful for the bounty in our lives.
What is the most important dish to serve in the Sukkah? Bread is the only food that the Talmud specifically instructs one to eat in the sukkah.
A sukkah looks so elegant with a garland of branches, leaves, fruit slices, and flowers strung across its ceiling and cascading down the sides of its entrance.
Sukkot is further enhanced by beautifying the sukkah. Some of the loveliest sukkah decorations come from nature!
For me, Sukkot always include a visit to a park or the woods.