The Shabbos after Pesach has a traditional special challah – the Shlissel Challah – "key in the challah". What is Shlissel Challah? "Shlissel or Key Challah, makes the first challah after Pesach even more special. This is a well observed custom you might want to try for yourself. You can do...
You will need: 2 12-inch loaf pans For the Dough: ½ cup warm water 2¼ tsp. dry yeast 1 tsp. sugar 5 cups flour ¼ cup packed brown sugar ¼ cup sugar 1 ¼ cup butter/margarine 2 eggs 1 egg white 3 tbsp. vanilla extract 1. Place the warm water, yeast and 1 tsp. sugar in a large mixing bowl. Whisk together...
Sharon Dobuler Katz posted the following to Facebook: You'll l-o-v-e THE FUNNIEST MATZA VIDEO EVER in Yiddishelah (a language that would be Yiddish if we could really speak it). What do YOU do with your leftover Matzahs? Find out the hysterically funny possibilities in YIDDISH (almost), thanks to almost-Yiddish-master (kinda)...
It's Monday night in Jerusalem or Tuesday night in the rest of the world and Pesach is finally over. You were never that obsessed with bread throughout the year but all of a sudden there is a mad dash to get as many bagels into your already over-filled matzah belly...
Noémi Schlosser is currently interviewing the 'Youth of 1948' the men and women who built the State of Israel. She travels with her camera across the country to talk to these men and women who were part of the Hagana and the Palmach, who survived the siege of Jerusalem...
This short and sweet video from the IDF is the final taste of Pesach we all need before we launch into the last day(s) of Yom Tov Pesach. The "Stomp" style video shows different aspects of Pesach and their accompanying sound-effects re-edited into a new kosher for Passover beat. Watch...
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Passover is one of the most important times of the year for the Jewish people, and many do not have the resources to celebrate this meaningful holiday. An employee of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews gives a tour of a food packing facility in Israel and shows...
Armin Rosen/JNS.org For a millennia-old religious celebration that has little to do with physical wellbeing, the Passover holiday offers unexpected health-related opportunities. Thanks to its eight-day ritual ban on eating nearly any food that’s wheat or grain-based, the annual Jewish commemoration of the biblical exodus from Egypt imposes a mostly...
What happens when Egyptians eat Passover foods? Israel Hayom created a video to find out. Some of the Egyptians participating in the video has heard of maror, as they have had it shipped in from Israel before, but those who had not were a little more surprised. An older man...
In the video below the Jewish community in Gondar, Ethiopia rushes against the clock to bake 50,000 matzot by hand in 18-minute increments. They are expecting approximately 3,000 people at the Seder, making it the largest seder in the world. Watch it here: Get OnlySimchas News Live Updates  by email and...
The following recipe comes from Bon Appetit: This is a cake version of the chocolate-dipped coconut macaroons that are a Passover staple. Any nut will work in place of the almonds. This is part of BA's Best, a collection of our essential recipes. Ingredients 10 SERVINGS Cake 1 cup virgin coconut oil, melted, cooled,...
If you've never been to a shmurah matzah factory, we've got you covered. This beautifully edited video from Chabad.org gets you closer than you could ever possibly get in person to the process. Watch as they roll out the dough, perforate it, and stick in the oven all in a streamlined,...
Pictured above: A group of military personnel before the start of the seder (Photo: The Aleph Institute) The cleaning, cooking, getting rid of all chametz, setting the table, organizing the seder . . . If you think it’s hard preparing for Passover, try doing it 500 nautical miles away from...
The following recipe comes from My Jewish Learning: Ingredients Matzo Brei 3 matzah sheets, roughly broken up with your hands 3 eggs, whisked 1-2 Tbsp butter or oil 2-3 asparagus, roughly chopped a few slices of lox 2 poached eggs (directions below) Fresh chopped parsley Salt and pepper, to taste Hollandaise Sauce 3 egg yolks 1 Tbsp lemon juice Pinch of cayenne or...


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