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Passover

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Top Passover Articles

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  • Test Kitchen bonus: Lemon Cake with Sabayon for Passover

    Test Kitchen bonus: Lemon Cake with Sabayon for Passover
    Passover begins at sunset April 3. Celebrants hosting a Passover meal or seder are lining up favorite family recipes. Here's a Lemon Almond Flourless Cake created by chef Gabe Garcia of Tierra Sur, an acclaimed kosher restaurant at Herzog Wine Cellars...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Welcome The Liberation Of Spring

    Welcome The Liberation Of Spring
    Passover and Easter are, of course, profoundly important religious occasions for Jews and Christians, respectively. Efforts to secularize them have generally been met by the faithful with disapprobation. But this year, could we at least acknowledge some...
  • Believers seek common ground as Passover, Easter converge this weekend

    Believers seek common ground as Passover, Easter converge this weekend
    When Ilise Marrazzo was growing up, Easter was one of her favorite holidays. But the celebration often left her feeling perplexed. Her father was Catholic, and she loved candy and Easter egg hunts as much as the next kid. But as a Conservative Jew, she...
  • A religious convergence

    A religious convergence
    The confluence of certain Jewish and Christian holidays is not so rare that it qualifies for a minor religious miracle. Occasionally, Hanukkah and Christmas more or less overlap, as do Passover and certain aspects of Easter; that's the advantage of...
  • Easter, Passover message: Doubt is the sign of true belief

    Meet the Rev. David Kraemer. Er, wait. That's not quite right. He's not officially a reverend at this moment. But on the Sunday after Easter, he will be. He will be a full-collared, ordained minister in the Unitarian Church which I once erroneously...
  • A day for all to renew faith

    A day for all to renew faith
    The news of the day can be enough to make almost anyone lose faith. We have racist behavior in the Fort Lauderdale police department. We have the city of Hollywood spending millions to essentially deport the homeless to be someone else's problem. We...
  • Passover prep: Lubavitch Chabad of Skokie rabbis kosherize kitchen utensils

    Passover prep: Lubavitch Chabad of Skokie rabbis kosherize kitchen utensils
    Rabbi Yosef Posner of Lubavitch Chabad of Skokie meticulously examines the red teapot, turning it over and upside down, looking deeply into every crevice, to see if he can fulfill the woman's one request. "I want my teapot for Pesach. I didn't want to...