Passover 2018 begins on March 30! Learn more about the meaning behind the Jewish holiday and why it’s celebrated every year.
It’s almost here. Passover, one of the most important festivals in the Jewish calendar, is fast approaching! Find out when it all begins, how to celebrate and all the other important details.
Happy Passover for all our Jewish readers! The holiday begins on Monday evening on Apr. 10 so we’ve gathered everything you need to know about one of the most important holidays on the Hebrew calendar here!
Happy Passover to all our Jewish readers! The eight day holiday falls on different dates every year, so if you’re confused about when the celebration happens in 2016, we’re here to help. Get the lowdown on all things Passover here!
Passover has arrived — that means eight days of no bread for those who observe the holiday! Find out exactly when Passover starts and ends in 2016 PLUS everything else you need to know about the celebration right here.
Since becoming president in 2009, Barack Obama has thrown a private seder each year for his family, friends and staff at the White House. This year was no different, as he celebrated the beginning of Passover on March 25.
During a recent visit to Israel, President Obama said his family celebrates Passover each year with a dinner at the White House so that his daughters, Sasha Obama and Malia Obama, can experience it. This year, the first family used a seder plate given to Michelle Obama on the trip.
This year, impress your friends & family by celebrating the holiday with these delicious dishes!
You don’t have to be Jewish to appreciate these amazing seder-worthy recipes. We consulted two of the best cooks around to teach us a couple go-to specialties that are usually served alongside the matzoh and bitter herbs!
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