By Yenta Mash
A seder in Siberia
Read this story in Yiddish It was the only time in my life when everyone at the Passover table was thinking only about the Haggadah, not the matzo balls — perhaps because there wasn’t a whiff of a matzo ball to be found. That year in Siberia, spring arrived a few weeks earlier than expected….
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