If you want to learn to make mock strudel or Eastern European matzo balls from an 81-year-old Jewish grandmother named Bayla "Bubbe" Sher, check out the online cooking show Feed Me Bubbe. Or sign on to feedmebubbe.com to pick up handy Yiddish lingo like fartik (finished) or geshmak (tasty!). You could even read the sweetly random outreach attempts by Sher's fans: "I'm an 80-year-old computer-savvy Jewish Bubbe in Tucson, AZ," begins one comment on a page clearly marked "Yiddish Word of the Day," "and I am an eBay seller (and buyer). Contact me."
But the BEST reason to sign on is for the merch. There are T-shirts, bags, mouse pads, cutting boards, and as seen above, a cork coaster for your Kosher wine.