My Passover Feast

My Passover Feast

Celebrate spring (and freshen up old traditions) with this green upgrade on the Passover feast.

Give Your Passover Menu a Green Makeover

Celebrate spring (and freshen up old traditions) with this green upgrade on the Passover feast.

How to Host A Christian Passover Seder Meal with Preschoolers - This is a meaningful and special way to celebrate a meal that Jesus celebrated when He walked the earth.

How to Celebrate a Christian Passover Meal for Preschoolers

How to Host A Christian Passover Seder Meal with Preschoolers - This is a meaningful and special way to celebrate a meal that Jesus celebrated when He walked the earth.

Learn about why some people put an orange on their seder plate, and other modern additions.   Six Parts of the Seder Plate  Beitzah: The Roasted Egg is symbolic of the festival sacrifice made

Learn about why some people put an orange on their seder plate, and other modern additions. Six Parts of the Seder Plate Beitzah: The Roasted Egg is symbolic of the festival sacrifice made

How to make the most beautiful potatoes you'll ever eat! Potato roses are as delicious as they are gorgeous. A wonderful party side-dish.

Potato roses

How to make the most beautiful potatoes you'll ever eat! Potato roses are as delicious as they are gorgeous. A wonderful party side-dish.

No kosher Passover feast is complete without some wine: We <em>finally</em> found two gorgeous options from the Napa Valley that are sure to take your Seder up a notch (sorry Mr. Manishevitz). on goop.com. http://goop.com/kosher-wines-for-passover/

Kosher Wines for Passover

No kosher Passover feast is complete without some wine: We <em>finally</em> found two gorgeous options from the Napa Valley that are sure to take your Seder up a notch (sorry Mr. Manishevitz). on goop.com. http://goop.com/kosher-wines-for-passover/

A glorious Ashkenazi (Eastern European) and Sephardic (Middle Eastern)  blend to make your Passover feast festive and unforgettable

A glorious Ashkenazi (Eastern European) and Sephardic (Middle Eastern) blend to make your Passover feast festive and unforgettable

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