Translated from Hebrew by Rachel Tzvia Back
Matzos Coffee, the sweet, sugary European treat that’s as simple as it sounds
An account–and a warning–from a Polish Jew on the front lines of the struggle for Europe’s soul
Avoid matzoh-filled monotony with the kosher for Passover superfood
The queen of Christmas crafting tries out a haimish Passover snack
This Passover, help yourself to some cookie dough
Finding a sense of healing at Passover, in the wake of a child’s suicide
Tablet Original Fiction: A tale of sin and redemption
Ep. 130: Listener questions about scallion whipping and Christian Seders, humorist Adam Mansbach on comedic haggadot and the power of the Passover story, and more
Today on Jewcy: Unconventional covers of traditional songs plus new perspectives on the holiday
The Burning Bush, and how God revealed her real name
While I was hosting Passover dinners in Italy, I created baccalà al ghetto, a dish that marries local ingredients with Jewish tradition
Rokhl’s Golden City: yolks with blood spots, jokes with Hebrew subtitles, and ‘The Labor of Life’
Make this Seder different from all other Seders with a free Seder guide from the hosts of Tablet’s weekly podcast
A deep dive into my parents’ Passover cupboard
These Egyptian beef shanks, with lemons and artichokes, make the perfect festive meal for a Passover Seder
Cottonseed oil is ubiquitous in kosher-for-Passover foods. How did that happen, and can it be changed?
Inspired by Coney Island’s annual July 4th hot dog-eating contest, we asked kosher culinary experts—and some comedians—this very question
On our sister site, everything you need to know about post-Pesach matzo ball bath bombs, comedian Moshe Kasher’s new show, and chametz puns
Anti-Israel activists attempt to misrepresent Passover tradition as murderous celebration
Applying that 10 plagues-themed makeup? Our sister site has just the playlist for you.
How a week of military leave created one rabbi’s unlikely connections to Menachem Begin and Ted Kennedy, on the eve of the Six-Day War
Last year, I invited Iraqi immigrants to a Passover meal at my home in Augusta, Maine. The experience showed me the true meaning of the holiday.
What is it like to experience a Passover meal without being able to see or hear?
How Kalonymous Kalman Shapira’s ‘Holy Fire’ spread out of the Holocaust and into the non-Hasidic world
In an excerpt from his new memoir, Peter Gethers tries making an old Passover favorite
Now you can lean on the Silicon Valley giant for answers to your most pressing Passover questions
In a rut, I opened my home to strangers through Couchsurfing.com. It changed my life.
As more Jews permit consumption of kitniyot for Passover, the holiday menu continues to expand