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Passover: (a) The seven-day festival (eight in the Diaspora) beginning on 15 Nissan, commemorating the Exodus from Egypt; (b) the sacrifice offered on the eve of that holiday during Temple times.
Passover 2019 will be celebrated from April 19-April 27
Passover 2019 will be celebrated from April 19 - April 27. The first Seder will be on April 19 after nightfall, and the second Seder will be on April 20 after nightfall. Passover is celebrated by eating matzah (unleaven bread) and maror (bitter herbs). Fo...
A quick overview of the Passover process
A quick overview of the Passover process, from preparing for Passover and the getting-rid-of-Chametz rituals, to all eight days of Passover. The details are in the links.
An overview of the days of Passover in 2018
It’s countdown to chametz-free living. Get the dates, special events and customs related to each day, and even some historical tidbits . . .
A wide selection of inspiring and touching Passover stories, from the ancient to the contemporary.
We explore five major segments of the Pesach seder that, when examined properly, totally revolutionize how we understand the story of Exodus and its message on the seder night.
This recipe is so simple I almost didn't post it, but it's such a Pesach classic in so many Chabad homes that I think it's worth a share. Many communities, including Chabad, have the custom of not eating wetted matzah on the first seven days of Passover. ...
Towards the end of Passover last year, we'd had our fill of lemon juice/salt/olive oil dressed salads, but it is the Chabad custom to avoid garlic and ginger on Passover, as well as most processed products including vinegars. Soy sauce and mustard are out...
Lemon is my all-time favorite ingredient, and lately I've been on a bit of a parsley kick. Since lemon and parsley marry so well, these chicken kebab skewers are fragrant, herbaceous, fresh, and flavorful. For best flavor, it's important to use fresh lemo...
These really take under 10 minutes to make and if you have pretty little cupcake papers, use them. I love these little muffin tins because there is no clean up and they look divine. If you would rather make a large quiche, use the standard round pan or ti...
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