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Pesach
March 26, 2018

The Seder and Unleavened Bread

“Therefore purge out the old leaven, that you may be a new lump, since you truly are unleavened. For indeed, Messiah (Christ), our Passover, was sacrificed for us. Therefore let…

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March 14, 2018

Passover and Baptism

A Passover (Pesach) Devotional

Why would the New Covenant choose immersion in water as its declaration of faith? In God's eyes, the exodus from Egypt and the resurrection of the Messiah are one and the same event. Both events took place at the same time.

Posted in Pesach | By Asher Intrater, Revive Israel Ministries Read more ›

Passover: First Mercy, then Miracles!

Jewish Days of Distinction--

“In addition to the Sabbath, these are the LORD’s appointed festivals, the official days for holy assembly that are to be celebrated at their proper times each year” (Lev. 23:4…

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Bonnie Saul Wilks, MJBI Staff Writer Read more ›
February 28, 2018

Why Jesus? And Why the Blood?

Two Passover Questions

“Why did there have to be a Jesus, anyway? What’s all this talk about blood?” These are questions my wife, Marleen, heard as she was attending a class on anti-semitism…

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Rabbi Marty Waldman Read more ›
March 26, 2017

From Slavery to Freedom

“I have surely seen the affliction of My people who are in Egypt, and have heard their cry because of their slave masters, for I know their pains. So I…

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Rabbi Ari Waldman Read more ›
April 14, 2016

Passover: Turn an Ancient Feast into Living Color

The Start of Passover Some of my earliest family memories are about Passover. I remember eating the Passover Seder meal at my grandparent’s home and playing on the floor while…

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Dr. Greg Stone Read more ›
April 7, 2016

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen with a Latino Flair

Pozole is a popular Latino soup traditionally made with pork and hominy, but this Jewish fusion version is made with chicken and the addition of matzah balls. Jewish people have been very successful at adapting local cuisine according to their families’ Jewish traditions and treasured recipes. This is a great fusion and a crowd-pleasing dish that can be used at Passover or any time you want the comfort of matzah ball soup with a Latino flair.

Posted in Jewish Holidays | By Bonnie Saul Wilks, MJBI Staff Writer Read more ›
April 3, 2016

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Orange Almond Macaroons

Passover season wouldn’t be the same without the special holiday, coconut sweet—macaroons! Since no leavening is used in any form, these treats are a big hit in Jewish homes and restaurants around the world. They are so popular and easy to make that you don’t need to wait for Passover to indulge!

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April 9, 2014

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Passover Chocolate Caramel Matzah

Desserts can be challenging at Passover since leavening of any kind is not used. This is a quick and delightful alternative for the sweet-tooth during Passover week. Your guests will…

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May 18, 2013

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: “Tamarim” Truffles for Passover

If you have ever traveled to Israel, you will remember the myriad of date palm trees dotted across the arid landscape. The sweet, soft, and fresh dates these trees produce are nothing like the dried ones that you can find in a grocery store in the states. They are amazingly plump, rich, and delicious.

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April 5, 2012

Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Homemade Matzo (Unleavened Bread)

While packaged matzo crackers are readily available in grocery store Kosher sections during Passover, the homemade version is always more delicious. This variation includes instructions on making soft matzo (like…

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Yiddish Mama’s Kitchen: Charoset

Many variations of charoset, a traditional fruit/nut mixture representing the brick and mortar of Egyptian slavery, is found on Jewish seder plates around the world. Similar apple/nut recipes such as this one are especially common on Passover tables in the United States. While a small amount of symbolic charoset is required per person for the meal, go ahead and make plenty– you’ll want to add this favorite recipe to your passover dinner dessert menu!

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