I see groups of friends gathered over four cups of wine, matzah, and simple food, talking about what is oppressing us and brainstorming about how to counter it.
How we gonna give these fancy people charoses mixed with karpas? Most of ‘em aren’t even Jewish – they won’t even get the joke.”
In the merit of all the modern-day “righteous women” may we soon be redeemed from this long and bitter galus.
Pesach lends itself to ‘extreme’ behavior, and nowhere more so than in the kitchen, as Nesanel Yoel Safran discovers.
And on this Pesach, may the mouth speak light.
One of Sasson’s regular contributors, Nesanel Yoel Saffron, aka, The Soul Foodie, shares a video on how to make no-fail Pesach mayonnaise.
My German grandmother’s beloved hazelnut torte turned out to be the perfect (and easy to prepare!) Passover dessert.
While matza crumbs dance / across the crisp table-cloth
Helen Zegerman Schwimmer finds more than just the traditional story of the redemption from Egypt in her family haggadah.
True Freedom We find a fascinating commandment in Parshas Bo, at this crucial moment, Hashem tells Moshe that He is bringing these plagues upon the Egyptians: “…so that you may relate in the ears of your son and your son’s son that I made a mockery of Egypt…that you may know that I am Hashem” Read more