There are a plethora of festiveÂ Easter recipes out there. Too many, in fact.
Passover is obviously overlooked. One of the reasons being that it is far from a Hallmark type of holiday. It is more about practice, and culture.
As I grew up celebrating both sides of the fence, I wanted to share […]Continue Reading →
Matzah (or Matzo)Â is a pretty interesting invention. It is a unleveavened bread that Jewish people eat during Passover or whenever. There are certain guidelines concerning the food permitted for Passover. You are not supposed to eat leveaned bread, and for some, you cannot eat milk and meat in the same meal. It’s a little more […]Continue Reading →
I grew up a Hallmark Catholic and Jew.Â Some might even say a holiday Catholic or Jew. Let me explain. My mother is Roman Catholic, and my father is Jewish. They wanted to expose my siblings and I to both of their backgrounds. We celebrated Hallmark holidays: Hanukkah and Christmas, Passover and Easter. So one […]Continue Reading →