| Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:26|
altIn every generation, every individual should feel as though he or she had actually been redeemed from Mitzrayim (Egypt). “Remember this day, on which you went free from Egypt, the house of bondage, how God freed you from it with a mighty hand….” (Exodus 13:3)
1. Draw a picture of Moses leading the Israelites across the Red Sea on a large piece of paper or poster board. Ask seder guests to bring photos or draw pictures of themselves. Attach the photos and pictures onto the paper/poster board. Discuss the passage above.
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| Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:25|
In honor of Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM) and just in time for Passover, Manischewitz, which offers a diverse line of specialty kosher food products, is releasing limited run packaging on each of its five matzah boxes inside 5-pound packages. The boxes feature fun and factual information about notable Jewish American inventors, comedians, historical figures and more. These facts are sure to entertain and enlighten one over breakfast or at the seder table.
| By Talia Lavin |
| Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:23|
Vermatzah – sustenance for the body, fuel for the soulJTA– In their small farmhouse bakery in Vermont, Doug Freilich and Julie Sperling work round the clock producing matzah in the period preceding Passover – a matzah that feels ancient and modern at once.
Using a mix of grain they grow on theitr own farm and wheat sourced from other local farmers, the couple create hundreds of pieces of the wholesome unleavened bread they call Vermatzah.
“The idea came because of our initial interest in growing grains, looking at them from the harvest to the baking in a very simple sense and highlighting grains that have good flavor,” Freilich told JTA. “We celebrate our own Passover each year; we go through the matzah-making ritual for both the spring awakening and remembering the storytelling of this holiday.”
Freilich and Sperling, co-owners of the Naga Bakehouse in Middletown Springs, Vt., are among American Jewish bakers looking at new ways to create matzah in ways that dovetail with the concerns of an age of foodies and locally sourced groceries.
They are joined in the process by their teenaged children, Ticho and Ellis.
| By Michelle Cicchitelli |
| Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:16|
/Kveller.comGrowing up, Passover was always my favorite holiday. Each year, my parents usually hosted the Seders both nights; family and friends sat around an overflowing table. I always looked forward to spending the holiday with my many cousins, ten of us in all. We always had so much fun together, but once we sat down for the Seder, we knew we were in for a long night. From the children’s end of the table, you could always hear someone asking, “Are we almost done?” or “Is it time to eat yet?”
| By Kara Marziali |
| Thursday, 27 March 2014 13:14|
/accuweather.comAt last, spring is in the air. (Literally!) This means it’s allergy season.
The Food and Drug Administration estimates that there are nearly 40 million people in the U.S. who suffer from seasonal allergies. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, the most common allergy triggers are Continue reading below...tree, grass and weed pollen; mold spores; dust mites and cat, dog and rodent dander. If you greet this time of year with itchy eyes, a scratchy throat, congestion and/or a runny nose, prevention is the key.
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