Keyword: Passover
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The word “hospitality” is derived from the Latin word hospes, which means guest, host, stranger.  In the ancient world, where inns were dangerous, people preferred to stay at … more
For thousands of years, Jews (and not just the lawyers)  have been trying to figure out ways around the dietary laws of Pesach. Thankfully, the folks at Streit’s and Manischewitz have … more
Chametz Fest 2017, sponsored by the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island, was a smashing success. A wonderful time was had by the more than 270 people who attended the March 26 event in the … more
JTA – I love serving light foods that are naturally Kosher for Passover. With so much matzah, vegetable and fish dishes are often a welcome addition in my home. In this holiday menu, my Coconut Carrot Soup is a creamy soup at its finest. The combination of carrots, ginger and coconut is so warming and really delicious. Not a ginger fan? It’s easy enough to leave it out. And what could be better than a recipe that doesn’t require excellent knife skills? Since the soup ingredients are blended, dicing imperfection won’t be noticeable at all. more
Chametz Fest 2017, sponsored by the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island, was a smashing success. A wonderful time was had by the more than 270 people who attended the March 26 event in the … more
Every year, Jewish Family Service’s Moes Chitim (Money for Wheat) campaign helps people have a more meaningful holiday by distributing funds to be used to purchase food for Passover. The funds … more