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Is the Afikoman supposed to be such a focus? What are we teaching our kids?
As I’ve grown older, I have tried to control my temper better and been fairly successful. Unfortunately, there’s one area of my life where I find this infinitely challenging.
What Is Kosher for Passover? During Passover (also known as Pesach), Jewish people avoid anything that contains grain that has risen or fermented—including breads, pastas, beers, liquors and more. In order for something to be kosher for Passover, even the...
The Talmud gives several reasons, which serve as the basis for the recipe and texture of this Passover paste.
The Jews are standing in the shadow of a huge, clearly supernatural pillar of fire. Why are they still afraid?
Served in chicken soup, matzo balls are dumplings made of matzo meal (ground matzo), egg, oil, water and flavoring
Does Judaism believe in unicorns? I once heard that the Torah says they really do exist!
Why do we give a haf-shekel to charity, and why is it done on Taanit Esther?
Klutz is Yiddish for “piece of wood,” and refers to a person who is clumsy.