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  • A Cup Full of Memories

    While spending time at my mother's house over the summer, I found a few coffee mugs in her kitchen cabinet that have been around for years.One has ...
  • Challah Baby Pictures

    In this blog post, Alison talks about her Rosh Hashanah tradition of swapping homemade challah photos with a neighbor.

  • My Grandmother Baked in Yiddish

    Why does Candleschtick feature so many posts and blogs about food? Food is a way to share our culture, our traditions, and our appreciation for our community and friends.

    This week we have a special guest post written by Mia’s sister-in-law, Amanda Levinson. This article was originally published as "My Husband's Grandmother Cooked in Yiddish" by

  • Kichels & Coffee

    Candleschtick loves fun food memories! In this post, we rediscover kichels as a tasty coffee-break treat.  
  • Bringing Schmooze Back!

    Here at Candleschtick we spend a lot of time thinking up fun cultural references that deliver a sense of nostalgia and warm humor. “Feeling Schmoozy” has become a favorite design theme, and with the country slowly returning to in-person socializing, seems to reflect our own state of mind as well.

  • Knishes for the Camper

    Candleschtick is inspired by many ideas, including Jewish foods, family memories, and pop culture. From time to time, we’ll share posts about our product inspirations. In this post, co-founder Alison talks about learning to make knishes and why they have become a favorite camping food.
  • Kicking it off with Kugel!

    We’re kvelling about the Candleschtick launch! And to celebrate, we wish we could share some homemade kugel with you! Maybe the next best thing is a recipe!