For well over a decade, Eileen Suffian has been the volunteer leading Hunger Action at the EDCJCC coordinating volunteers who produce and donate about 4,000 servings of food a year.
Just before Passover, we read the dramatic Torah passage that tells of the exodus from Egypt and gives the Israelites a recipe to prepare them for the journey. Spoiler alert: it involves lamb.
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From the classic Ashkenazic haroset most of us know (and love) to a pyramid of Persian variety, a history of Jewish wanderings and families is told in the many flavors and varieties of haroset.
Fried matzah, which Leah’s mother used to prepare during the Passovers of her childhood, was never Leah’s favorite Yemenite food, but with her mother now gone, it feels just right for Passover.
Passover is a great time to incorporate new customs and traditions that make sense for your family—maybe different dishes, readings from various haggadot and texts or even a Passover story skit.
Paula has no intention of abandoning Ashkenazic Passover staples, like chopped liver and matzah ball soup, but Matzah Baklava Crisps bring Sephardic flavors and reflections on Jewish history to the holiday.
Say goodbye to the days of Passover suffering! This year, we bring you a recipe roundup with the most creative twists on Passover essentials: three kinds of haroset, matzah balls, breakfast and dessert.
Coming from an Italian background, Jewish convert and cookbook author Marcia Friedman finds Passover inspires ever-greater creativity. This year she takes on a recipe for a healthy avocado and spinach dip with a little spice.