Monday, March 25, 2013

Happy Passover or Pesach!

March 25, 2013 is


Passover begins tonight! Passover is an eight-day Jewish festival that celebrates the emancipation of the Israelites. Jewish families usually celebrate Passover on the first two nights of the holiday. They hold seders to retell the story of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and to enjoy a festive meal eaten in remembrance of their ancestors' hardships. During the meal, the youngest child asks the adults four questions about the significance of the Passover symbols. Traditional Passover food is kosher and does not include any “chametz.” Chametz are leavened foods made with wheat, barley, or rye. When the Israelites fled Egypt, they could not wait for their bread to rise. Modern-day Jewish families eat unleavened matzo bread during Passover to honor this part of their history. To celebrate Passover...  Make one of these meals from DeLish DeMaria:     Matzoh Brei  Chocolate  Sea-Salted Matzoh     PS- Totally plan to make one of these with my little one: Seen on Babble:  

Happy Pesach!
<3 Lishie

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