Monday, September 1, 2014 Elul 6, 5774

By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
We say it and we pray it, so it must be true. Pesach, z'man cheiruteinu: "Passover, the time of our freedom." Let's put that theory to the test, shall we? Back-breaking cleaning performed at breakneck speed every day for two weeks prior to the holiday; running to this store and negotiating that long line to buy Passover products; cruising and...
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Matzah's more versatile than you probably know
By:
Andrew Schloss, JE Feature
Unlike most food that exists to nourish or delight, the function of matzah is quite different: It's about storytelling. Symbolic and revered, the bread of affliction is more often seen as a hurdle in a recipe, rather than a means for creating something delicious, which begs the question, "What is the sensual charm of matzah?" Like many fashionable ingredients, matzah...
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Below are some sweet suggestions to bring your seder to a fitting end. Enjoy! Lemon Meringues This is a fabulous Passover dessert. The three components: meringues, lemon cream and chocolate-dipped nuts can all be prepared 2 to 3 days in advance and assembled right before serving. Meringue Ingredients: 2 egg whites pinch of salt 1/2 cup superfine sugar 1/2 tsp...
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Like his fellow survivors, Abram Shnaper wants to make sure that people remember the tragedies inflicted upon so many during the Holocaust. Only then, will no one have a reason to deny the Shoah's existence. After liberation from Klooga, a labor camp in Estonia in 1944, Shnaper vowed to have his voice heard - and heard loudly. As the president...
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