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Passover: The Meaning of Freedom

“And G-d said to Moshe, ‘go to Pharoah, and say to him, “thus says G-d: ‘LET MY PEOPLE GO...’”’” This is, of course,...

A Synopsis of the Passover Torah Readings

On the first day of Passover (last Shabbat) we read from the book of Exodus (12:21-51) of the bringing of the Passover Offering in...

Ambassadors, Consuls General Attend AJC Diplomatic Seder

Diplomatic representatives of more than 50 countries attended AJC’s annual Diplomatic Seder earlier this week. The gathering is one of the highlights of the...

Gourmet Glatt a Haven for Boro Park Kosher Consumers of Discerning Taste

13th Avenue, once known as the premier shopping destination for the Brooklyn Jewish community, is now known for its midday traffic and afternoon lines...

Passover Potluck with ‘The Shiksa in the Kitchen’

Passover is one of my favorite holidays because of the incredible food and family traditions it inspires. As a convert to Judaism and a...

Torah Reading for First Day of Passover (Exodus 12:21-51)

Why Is This Exile Different? One of the most famous elements of the Passover Seder is the “Ma Nishtana” paragraph, more commonly known as...

Passover Q and A: Can I Have Gluten-Free Matzah on Passover?

On Passover eve we are commanded to eat matzah, a thin cracker-like bread, in remembrance of the matzah that our forefathers ate when they...

FDNY Briefs Community Leaders on Pre-Pesach Fire Safety

With the holiday of Pesach about to begin, a large gathering of Jewish community leaders came together this past week to hear NYC Fire...

StarBUGS? Popular Coffee Chain Uses (Non-Kosher) Insect-Based Dye to Color Strawberry Frappuccino

According to recent reports, the Strawberry Frappuccino at Starbucks is not as innocent a drink as its pink hue seems to indicate. In fact,...

Pray. Drink. Eat: The Reality of Passover

Eat. Pray. Love: A famous book and movie. Pray. Drink. Eat: A typical Passover.The holiday season brings with it bigger, later meals, junk food,...

Parshat Tzav (Leviticus 6:1-8:36)

Not Too Big to Take Out the AshThe Torah section of Tzav begins by telling us (Vayikra 6:1-4): “And G-d spoke to Moses, saying: ...

Passover and Human Diversity

Excerpt from Festivals of Faith: Reflections on the Jewish HolidaysIn this excerpt from his book Festivals of Faith, Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm discusses the...

Passover 2012 Season Underway as Retailers Cope With Many New Challenges

The Kosher for Passover products that have been arriving over the last few weeks by the truckloads are finally being placed on shelves as...

Scrumptious Italian Passover Recipes

Courtesy of Alessandra Rovati and DinnerInVenice.comThe following recipes, which include items for th e seder, the main course, and even dessert, are sure to...

Parshat Vayikra (Leviticus 1-5)

The ‘Right’ Kind of Jealousy During its outline of the various korbanot (sacrifices), the Torah forbids bringing offerings of leaven and honey.(1) It then...

Passover Spring Cleaning: Recycle Your Electronic Waste the Responsible Way

Is your house cluttered with obsolete monitors and hard drives, outdated desktops and laptops, old cell phones, televisions, and other electronic waste?  This spring,...

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