If you're a food-lover like we are, there are bound to be dishes that you'll miss throughout the week of Passover.
Don't make them eat charoset all night!
Perfect for every meal of the day.
Why is Passover different from all other nights? Because starting on the evening of April 3, 2015, and for the eight days
End your Seder with one of these five yummy Passover desserts. Chocolate Mousse Passover Cake Picture this: a rich, brownie
While Passover is one of the most celebrated and beloved of Jewish holidays, it does mean following dietary restrictions
The food during this holiday is traditionally not healthy as it tends to be loaded with calories, fat and sodium -- lots of meat, eggs, potatoes and oil are used. There is really no need to do this to your body. Here are some easy and quick tips for a healthier Passover week.
Passover is a Jewish holiday that extends for eight days, requiring observers to avoid leavened bread. That's the basic rule. No problem. I don't remember the last time I ate leavened bread. Beyond this -- the rules get a little fuzzy. You could join 10 different families for Passover on the same street and have 10 different experiences of what Passover is.
For those who will be celebrating Passover over the next week or so, a cupboard full of matzah can feel like the most boring