Rokhl’s Golden City: Secular Seders, camp epiphanies, and Yom HaShoah
When two holidays collide, culinary creativity is the order of the day
A visit to some of Baltimore’s first synagogues, in celebration of Passover and commemoration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., killed 50 years ago this week
From Mina de Matzo to Mufleta, our 100 Most Jewish Foods project covered them all
Finding a sense of healing at Passover, in the wake of a child’s suicide
Tablet Original Fiction: A tale of sin and redemption
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’
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
As the Passover story teaches us, waiting can be futile and frustrating as well as enormously productive
Cottonseed oil is ubiquitous in kosher-for-Passover foods. How did that happen, and can it be changed?
When a hotel-booking snafu kicked two Chabad rabbis out of their room on Pesach, they found themselves approached by a Bavarian metal band in town for the Satanic Stomp festival. It was the beginning of a beautiful friendship.
Joy Box Club delivers well-designed holiday-themed goodies
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