Matzoh, Manischewitz and Meaning

This year, Passover begins on April 19 and ends on April 27. In this Passover primer, we’ve got everything you need to prepare for your seder, tidbits on the history behind the holiday and ways to observe the festival.

Kosher for Passover

Passover menu
Passover menu (Photos courtesy Huppit Bartov Miller)

Passover fun

Passover frogs
Passover frogs (Photo courtesy Flickr Creative Commons)

Holiday Spirituality and Observance

Passover Haggadah from Vienna, 1930
Passover Haggadah from Vienna, 1930. Caption on image: “Eating Matzah.” (Photo courtesy Jewish Museum of Maryland)

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