Although most, if not all, Jewish holiday meals use certain foods and dishes to symbolize various elements of the celebration, the seder meal does so in a way that is integral to the ritual of the
The Passover Seder offers an opportunity to remember more than just the exodus from Egypt and our desert wanderings.
Recently in The Forward, Jay Michaelson compared four characters from “Glee” to the “Four Children” from the Passove
This Passover, the Jewish Women's Archive and JewishBoston.com have teamed up to bring you a downloadable, open source, http://www.jewishbost
I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that Passover is my favorite holiday.
My inspiration for the dishes I write about on Eating Jewish come from a variety of places that range from the numerous cookbooks that I have around my apartment, articles concerning Jewish food in
Nothing says summer to me like coconut; whatever form it comes in, its taste and smell evoke a beautiful summer day with the warmth of the summer sun on my skin (it also reminds me of a coconut sun
The other day I blogged about celebrating Passover on my great aunt’s dairy farm outside of Baltimore.
How many kids growing up in Baltimore City in the 1950s celebrated Passover on a dairy farm?
In the degradation of Passover tradition that happens when parents get older and children move away; at times when there is no one young enough to sing the Four Questions without embarrassment; whe
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Passover." (Viewed on May 23, 2013) <http://jwa.org/blog/passover>.