Saturday, May 30, 2015 Sivan 12, 5775
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Deborah Fineblum, JNS.org
Rather than feeling a sense of loss, new immigrants to the Jewish state mention leaving the second Passover seder behind in the same breath as the universal availability of fresh pita and falafel.
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More than 200 people gathered at the National Museum of American Jewish History to celebrate freedom at a unique community seder.
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A glimpse into what it takes to get Israel Pesach-ready.
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Judy Lash Balint/JNS.org
Getting ready for Passover in the Holy Land involves streetside chametz-burners, weeks of preparation by the IDF's kitchen crews and the incorporation of an African tradition.
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A group’s annual recipe exchanges result in a new Passover cookbook.
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Recipes selected by Joe Kemp and Greg Salisbury
A group of mothers hits upon a uniquely tasty way to fundraise for their children's high school: creating a glossy hardcover cookbook.
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
Keep kids interested in the Passover seder — and satisfied — with these recipes from Tina Wasserman’s Entrée to Judaism for Families.
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