Passover begins Friday evening, April 22, and ends Saturday evening, April 30. This year, try our 10 tips to spice up your seder and keep it exciting for all participants.Read More
The SederThe Passover Seder
An overview of this beloved ritual.The Seder Plate
The placement and symbolism of the items on the seder plate.New Haggadot
New haggadot bring fresh perspectives to the holiday of Passover.Passover 101
Brush up on the basics of this spring festival.Haggadot
Where to look online for a Passover Haggadah.Must-Know Passover Words
From afikoman to zeroa, we define all the terms you'll encounter during the holiday.
A recipe for the fruit-and-nut mortar of the seder plate.Matzah Balls
A slightly different take on the classic matzah ball.Brisket
An easy recipe with old-world Jewish charm.Flourless Chocolate Cake
A simple and decadent dessert for Passover--and year-round.Index of Passover Recipes
A complete set of recipes for a delicious Passover.
Matzah & HametzCleaning for Passover
Plus, how to make sure Passover utensils are kosher.Matzah
Unleavened bread is the central Passover symbol.Hametz and Kitniyot
For the past 700 years, Ashkenazic Jews have avoided rice, millet, and legumes, along with the five grains originally stipulated as verboten on Passover.Selling Hametz
Can I do it myself?Matzah Covers, Afikomen Bags
Buy everything you need for the seder, from seder plates to Elijah's cups to matzah covers, and more.
Celebrate FreedomMatzah & Morality
Unleavened bread represents both slavery and freedom.Green Passover
An environmentalist reconnects with Passover's roots.Supplementary Readings
Remembering the oppressed--and others in need--at the seder.The Passover Anthology
This volume by Philip Goodman describes the traditions, food, and prayers of Passover.