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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 2020
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.
Explore the deeper mystical dimension of the Passover Seder. Join Rabbi Zushe Winner for an eye-opening analysis of Matzah and the Seder-plate, uncovering their deeper significance and powerful message to make this year's Seder an exhilarating experience.
Vegan & Kosher for Passover
If you're not familiar with banana "nice cream" allow me to introduce you... Truth is, I'm not sure exactly when that (somewhat odd) name became popular but it was previously often referred to as "banana soft serve". It is essentially bananas frozen and t...
Gluten Free & Kosher for Passover
These cute little shepherd's pies get loads of flavor from the onion, carrots, and parsnip. You'd be surprised what a few good root veggies can do! Ingredients 1 onion, finely diced 2 tbsp. olive oil 2 medium-size carrots, peeled and shredded 1 large pars...
This recipe was designed for Passover, when Chabad custom is to use only peelable vegetables and almost no packaged food or spices (other than salt). It's simple - just carrot, parsnip, onion, and red wine, but carrots and parsnip are surprisingly flavorf...
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