Jaime Fraze

Jaime Fraze

Jaime Fraze is a staff writer, copy editor and web producer at From the Grapevine. She has written and edited for several print and digital publications in Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Delaware and North Carolina. A native of Philadelphia, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in English/journalism. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and two kids.

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10 easy recipes you can make while working from home

Working remotely has its perks, and cooking is chief among them. Make the best of your isolation with these 10 recipes.

IsraAid launches program to help coronavirus first responders cope

The humanitarian aid agency is responding to concerns about the psychosocial effects of the outbreak on health care workers.

How an Idaho baker fought through tragedy to achieve pastry royalty

Moshit Mizrachi-Gabbitas, owner of Janjou Patisserie in Boise, is a James Beard Awards semifinalist for the second time.

8 Israeli women who are changing the world

In honor of International Women's Day, we salute the women who teach and inspire us every day.

The surprising reason we choose one Airbnb over another

A new study looks at the psychology behind our travel decisions – and how often we use photos to make them.

Life in quarantine, from a doctor on the front lines of the coronavirus

For Dr. Ran Nir-Paz of Hadassah Hospital, it's all about making the best of a tough situation.

5 protein-packed Whole30 recipes to save you from the snack attack

Thanks to our Israeli Kitchen archive, there's no shortage of recipes you can find that adhere to Whole30 and that won't leave you feeling deprived, hungry and miserable.

Israeli twin sisters raise money and deliver supplies for Ugandans

With the help of nonprofit Innovation: Africa, 12-year-old Lital and Maytar Greenfield learn life lessons helping women and children in rural Uganda.

Do you know your comic book supercouples?

Beyond Lois Lane: Name the significant others of your favorite superheroes.

Hate doing dishes? Cook it all in one pot, with these 7 recipes

These meals are a favorite among busy humans like you, and for good reason.

Ancient date plants grow from 2,000-year-old seeds in Israel

The crop was praised for its plumpness, sweetness and healing properties, but went extinct centuries ago.

Sit up straight! This wearable will improve your posture and reduce back pain

A posture corrector that detects when you're slouching is the newest must-have high-tech health gadget.

Are emojis modern-day hieroglyphics? A new museum exhibit explains

'Emoglyphs,' at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, investigates the ancient Egyptian writings alongside the digital characters we love today.

Galentine's Day: Where it came from, and why you should celebrate it

The 'Parks and Recreation'-inspired holiday offers lots of fun activities to celebrate your 'gals.' (And yes, Gal Gadot is involved.)

For kids with cancer, a special camp offers a return to childhood

Sunrise Day Camp ensures children don't lose their sense of joy and wonder, despite their illness.