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Passover – Getting ready

  The Seder Plate You can go here for an online visual of the plate and it’s parts. http://urj.org/holidays/pesach/plate/ The First step preparing for Passover – cleaning In most cultures there is a “spring cleaning” that takes place. For Judaism, it is specifically attached to the commandment to get rid of all leavening and associated…

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Passover – Charoses Recipes

We had a great time at the Passover workshop today. There were five different kinds of Charoses to sample. I thought I’d post at least those five. Here are even more than five recipes… You’ll notice in the first picture that charoses is piled up in a little pyramid. This is a fun way to…

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Passover: The Set Table

The ultimate Jewish holiday: Passover! Whether you’ve never had a seder or you consider yourself a pro, you’ll learn something at this workshop.. We’ll literally have a set table – with all the elements identified and explained. We encourage you to bring ideas and practice from your own tradition and family. We’ll have sample foods…

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A Taste of Judaism

Are You Curious? A Taste of Judaism has been around for more than ten years and literally tens of thousands of people have taken it. It is aimed at the adult learner who has little knowledge of Judaism, but a good mind. The class covers the three pillars of Judaism: Jewish spirituality — Jewish views…

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Jewish Summer Camp

Kids at Camp Kee Tov If you have a child who has never been to a Jewish summer camp that child is eligible to receive a scholarship to camp this summer, 2008. FREE $1800 JEWISH SUMMER CAMP GIFT CERTIFICATES! Do you have a child entering grades 6-8 this fall? There is funding available for summer…

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Published on March 23rd, 2008