Passover

The Crowds Keep Growing at JPride’s Annual Seder

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Sixty-five members from Baltimore’s Jewish community gathered at Bolton Street Synagogue for JPride Baltimore’s annual LGBTQ Passover seder on April 11. According to Bolton...

In the Beginning: Creating Your Own Haggadah

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Haggadot are the essential guides for the Seder. With so many options for haggadot—and thus, so many flavors of seders—how do you choose the...

Keeping the Kids Engaged

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Friday at sunset marks the first night of Pesach. Each year, Jewish communities in Baltimore and around the world remember and celebrate the Exodus,...

Four Wines for Your Seder Table

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It’s the classic dilemma. You’re at the wine store, trying to pick from the dozens of choices available. But how do you decide what...

Don’t Let Passover Pass Over Your Home

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The 10th anniversary of Israel’s birth was about a month away and the April 4, 1958, edition of the Jewish Times was full of...

Maxwell House is offering a ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Haggadah

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Real life tradition and television nostalgia collide in a collaboration between the venerable Maxwell House Haggadah and the hit Amazon series “The Marvelous Mrs....

Family Haggadah Imagines ‘Complicated, Engaging and Fleshy’ Passover

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The Passover seder can be boring for kids. A new Haggadah is trying to change that. Published by Kveller, a Jewish parenting site, the Kveller...

A Charoset for Every Occasion

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Everyone has the perfect recipe for charoset and of course, everyone’s recipe is different. Irreparable family rifts have been formed and unforgivable words said...

A ‘Sesame Street’ Seder and 4 Other New Children’s Books for Passover

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Four questions. Four cups of wine. Four types of children. At Passover, the number four figures prominently in the rituals of the seder, the...

Passover Isn’t Passover Without Food and (Israeli) Wine Pairings

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Nearly every Jewish holiday puts food and wine at the center of the celebration. There is a common phrase that describes Jewish holidays thus:...