Add this melody to your Passover repertoire!
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We wear colorful kaftans, dip our matzah in a special soup, and "whip" each other to remember the pain of the Israelite slaves.
“Know from whence you came. If you know whence you came, there are absolutely no limitations to where you can go.” — James Baldwin
Ruth Abusch-Magder of Be’Chol Lashon has been making matzah at home for years, ever since her neighbor in Jerusalem showed her how she and her Sephardic family made them ahead of every Passover.
Members of the Be'chol Lashon team share music, films, recipes, inspirational words, and other diverse and uplifting resources that have given them strength during this challenging time.
This dish is inspired by a recipe from the legendary Claudia Roden, from her cookbook Arabesque. The deep flavors make it a perfect choice for Passover or enjoy year-round.
Afikomen Mambo, a sing-along book and CD set, is a lively and entertaining way to introduce young ones to Passover.
I am planning an international seder, incorporating songs, phrases, foods, and traditions from Jewish communities around the world — in an attempt to connect, at least symbolically, with the millions of Jews celebrating isolated Sedarim this year worldwide.