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Miscellaneous | Passover

The Largest Seder Ever - Sometimes it takes a three-year-old to alert you.

“Ven der tatte kumt a heim fuhn shul... When Father comes back from shul, he quickly makes kiddush before the children get sleepy, so they can ask the Mah Nishtanah”

Recipes | Dinners

Traditional Apple-Walnut Charoset recipe | Epicurious.com

This is a standard Ashkenazi (Eastern European) recipe, with a little brown sugar added for depth.

Recipes | Dinners

Beef Brisket Recipe | Tyler Florence | Food Network

For dinner tonight, serve Tyler Florence's Beef Brisket recipe from Food Network with crispy potato latkes.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Everything You Need to Celebrate Passover During Coronavirus - Passover

As Jewish people around the world prepare for Passover under the pale of coronavirus, we are faced with a host of new challenges and questions.

Miscellaneous | Passover

How Does a Jew Do a Seder Alone?

Is the Haggadah really meant to be read this way? Maybe…

Miscellaneous | Chabad

A Perfectly F.R.E.E. Passover Food Distribution Moves Outdoors in Brooklyn for Inner-City Seniors Especially Vulnerable to Pandemic

Organizers and volunteers for F.R.E.E. moved the annual Passover food distribution from the Warbasse Jewish Heritage Congregation to an outside location in order to accommodate social distancing during the current coronavirus crisis. A volunteer warns seniors to keep their distance when picking up the food.
Organizers and volunteers for F.R.E.E. moved the annual Passover food distribution from the Warbasse Jewish Heritage Congregation to an outside location in order to accommodate social distancing during the current coronavirus crisis. A volunteer warns seniors to keep their distance when picking up the food.
Every year, Ellen Mandelbaum helps distribute Passover goods for needy Jewish families in South Brooklyn, N.Y. It’s a practice she started with the first distribution nine years ago.

Miscellaneous | Passover

9 Common Myths and Misconceptions About Matzah

How well do you know this food, which has been with us since the dawn of our peoplehood? Here are some of our favorite matzah myths.

Miscellaneous | Passover

How to Cook for Passover with No Specialty Ingredients - Tips & Recipes for Coronavirus Cooking

There’s no question that Passover this year looks very different from usual for most of us.

Miscellaneous | Jewish Life

Lone soldiers celebrate Passover in the army | The Jerusalem post

Both lone soldiers will take part in Seders and the traditional customs while on base. The soldiers said their unit has become their family.

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Passover Seder to be held in Warsaw Ghetto for first time in 76 years | The Jerusalem post

Before the Holocaust, approximately one-third of Warsaw was Jewish.

Miscellaneous | Passover

How to Prepare Your Seder Plate Items Quickly & Easily!

Preparing the Seder plate items can seem overwhelming, but it needn’t be.

Miscellaneous | Passover

How To Sell Your Chametz Online - Passover

Any chametz left undisposed must be sold to a non-Jew. Use this online form to quickly delegate a rabbi to sell your chametz for you.

Miscellaneous | Passover

14 Passover Facts and Traditions Every Jew Should Know - Passover

Want to come to the Seder educated and enlightened? Here’s a good place to start.

Miscellaneous | Passover

Why Does Matzah Have Holes? - Passover

Discover the reason behind all the perforations in Kosher for Passover matzah.

Miscellaneous | Passover

Passover: The Antidote to Artificial Intelligence - Chabad.org

We welcome everyone at the Seder and give each individual personal attention, not mechanical responses…

Miscellaneous | Judaism

If the Haggadah Is Right, We’ve Got Education All Wrong - Crucial lessons to take from the Haggadah for the whole year

From a child's answers, you might know something about what the child knows. From a child's question, you know who the child is.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

'Man, Oh Manischewitz': When The Jewish Wine Was Big With Gentiles, Too : The Salt : NPR

The wine associated with Jewish tradition was once a huge crossover success. At one point, the typical drinker was described as an urban African-American man.