Tuesday, September 30, 2014 Tishri 6, 5775
“So, where shall we eat?” is still a valid question 
during Passover.
By:
Stephanie Singer, Jewish Exponent Feature
Regardless of whether or not you go for the full Pesach Monty, complete with new dishes and kosher-for-Passover condiments, committing to eight days sans chametz (Hebrew for leavened foods that are forbidden during Passover) will be a challenge, thanks to the ubiquity of the five grains — wheat, barley, spelt, rye and oats — we must omit from our diets...
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The joys of celebrating Passover with special needs families.
By:
Melissa Jacobs, Special Sections Feature
Passover is Max Newman’s favorite holiday. His father isn’t quite sure why, and that’s OK with him — there are many things that Eric Newman doesn’t understand about his son. Diagnosed at age 2 with autism, Max is now 19. “Although he has a lot of life skills, Max is not high-functioning,” his father explains, “but he is not low-functioning,...
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By:
Penny Schwartz, JTA
Two new Haggadahs take unorthodox paths to the seder table.
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By:
Judy Lash Balint, JNS.org
Not every Israeli observes Passover, but every Israeli knows Passover is coming.
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By:
Mollie Katzen, JNS.org
Seders are definitely important, but don't forget to plan your meals for the rest of the holiday week.
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