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Passover

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  • Passover seder to celebrate unity, freedom

    Passover seder to celebrate unity, freedom
    Unity, human rights and freedom will be the major themes as the American Jewish Committee of Palm Beach County and the F. Malcolm Cunningham Sr. Bar Association host a "Passover Seder: A Joint Celebration of Unity, Human Rights and Freedom" on March 31,...
  • Seriously Simple: Caramel Chocolate Matzo Brittle a serious hit for Passover dessert

    Seriously Simple: Caramel Chocolate Matzo Brittle a serious hit for Passover dessert
    Wheat flour isn't permitted during the Passover holiday, which can be a challenge for making desserts. Also, the Seder meal has so many courses that often my guests don't want a heavy dessert. I have made flourless chocolate tortes, meringues topped...
  • Special Seder celebrates Passover and Easter

    Special Seder celebrates Passover and Easter
    A Passover Seder may seem like an odd tradition for a church, but North Suburban Evangelical Free Church in Deerfield has been observing the tradition for 10 years. This year 's service is on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The Seder is a shared experience...
  • Passover recipes for the entire week

    While planning what to cook to feed the whole Mishpucha (family) on Passover's big seder night, it's easy to forget to plan your meals for the rest of the holiday week. Suddenly, lo and behold, you find yourself staring at the wide-open cupboard with...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Passover recipes to enhance your Seder menu plans

    Test Kitchen bonus: Passover recipes to enhance your Seder menu plans
    Passover, which begins at sundown on Friday April 3, commemorates the Jews' exodus from slavery in Egypt. For eight days, observant Jews remember the struggles of their ancestors in ritual meals with symbolic foods, prayer and the retelling of the story...
  • Volunteers to create Passover packages

    Volunteers to create Passover packages
    Hundreds of volunteers in Broward County will be gathering together this Sunday (March 29) from 10 a.m.-noon at the Soref Jewish Community Center in Plantation for the annual Passover packing event. The volunteers put together more than 1,100 Passover...
  • Preparing for Pesach

    Preparing for Pesach
    More than 50 children were captivated learning about the story of Passover and how to bake matzah at two sessions titled "Model Matzah Bakery" last Sunday (March 22) at the Winn-Dixie store in Tamarac. The sessions took place through the cooperation...
  • Homebound seniors not forgotten at Passover

    Homebound seniors not forgotten at Passover
    Passover, or Pesach, the Jewish holiday that celebrates the Biblical liberation of Jews from slavery in Egypt, begins on April 3, with the first seder night, ending on April 11. It's a time of joyous family gatherings, special meals and sweet tasting...
  • Our say: Easter and Passover bring hope and renewal

     Our say: Easter and Passover bring hope and renewal
    Great holidays are reminders of things we can't afford to forget. Easter, the time of hope and renewal, comes around each springtime to tell us that just as nature was merely dormant during winter — not dead — the world can never be lost to...
  • Passover, Easter menus celebrate renewal

    Passover, Easter menus celebrate renewal
    Spring cleaning includes going through the kitchen cabinets to make sure those boxes and containers of food and spices aren't older than your children. At OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish I have a game plan so you don't overlook a thing. In the meantime, let's...
  • Faith and Values: Religion as a response to the chaos of life

    Faith and Values: Religion as a response to the chaos of life
    "Der mentsh trakht un got lakht," is a famous Yiddish proverb. Roughly translated it means, "Man plans and God laughs." I was reminded of that saying in recent weeks when a newsworthy sports item caught my eye. An NHL goalie, Andrew Hammond,...