According to a new survey conducted by The Peace Index, 37 percent of Israeli Jews are liberating themselves from cleaning their homes for Passover this year.
Chickens are put on a leavened-free diet ahead of Passover.
Visitors to a public park in Israel were turned away because they carried food that was not kosher for Passover.
Ever wonder how the Israeli government gets rid of its chametz, or leavened foods, at Passover?
The Torah commands Jews to clean out every last morsel of hametz before Pesach. In Hasidic homes where children are abundant, this is no small task, Frimet Goldberger writes.
Congregant’s at Manhattan’s Romemu love its move to scrap email — or ‘life-hametz’ — for Passover. Will ‘de-emailing’ become a holiday trend?
Still unmoved by the ‘New American Haggadah’? Jay Michaelson reviews a slew of new Haggadot — and finds himself yearning for something a little more old-school.
Manhattan’s Romemu synagogue has announced that this Passover, it will be getting rid of the ultimate symbol of our complicated lives: email.
Before the holiday settles in, why not go on one final bread bender? Here’s a guide to New York’s best chametz from babka to bagels.
Inspired by Buzzfeed’s 25 Delicious Ways to Use Matzoh, I am running full speed ahead into Pesach. I have lists of vegan, Pesach-friendly recipes lining my cubicle at work and shopping lists ready that I’ve prepped already. Strawberry Rhubarb. Dark Chocolate Brei. Rosemary Crepes. Cookies Galore, spiced, promising to be fluffy. I am resolved to do my due diligence, deliciously.