A Lutheran chaplain, an off-duty doctor, and a recovering patient from cardiac surgery walk into a hospital room…
Each year, MAZON suggests a “Fifth Question” to bring a new reflection about hunger to Seder tables across the country.
We all have been affected by this pandemic, but not equally. We can almost taste freedom, but we’re not there yet.
Next year, I hope we won’t forget the lessons from our two Pesachs in exile.
“Simple recipes for healthy comfort food are always welcome, now more than ever.”
Jews are a variety pack. These years, we recognize and treasure our diversity more and more.
This Shabbat, we are approaching our second Passover in the pandemic. I feel hollowed out. Empty. I miss my family. I want a large rowdy seder. The unfathomable - holiday without family - has become the routine.
I break out an old recipe book, the one my mother gave me at my bridal shower. I look through it, like a photo album of old friends. What can I cook this Shabbat before Passover? What will lift my spirits and prepare me for the holiday - and maybe use up some chametz? Finally, I find a recipe that is like an old friend - my Nana’s brownies.
Was Jesus celebrating a Seder Last Supper? Is Passover Coke the same as Mexican Coke? What does “Pesach” really mean? We got you.
Knowing about the past does not mean that we aren’t suffering. But perspective does help alleviate despair.
A list of essential items you need (plus some things you don’t) for the costly upcoming holiday.