Do I Need to Have Two Passover Seders?

Israeli Jews observe only one Passover seder, but Jews who reside elsewhere often have two.

Rules for Passover

From avoiding leavened products to the Fast of the First Born, here's your cheat sheet of Passover practices.

Passover 2018

The first seder is on Friday, March 30.

Next Torah Portion


In this Torah portion, God continues to describe the different laws of sacrifices. A distinction is made between sin offerings, burnt offerings, and homage offerings, with each following its own process. God then commands the priests to make another offering that ordains themselves in their positions.

Parashat Tzav

Leviticus 6:1 - 8:36

Malachi 3:4 - 3:24 | Shabbat HaGadol

In Praise of Public “Guilt Offerings”

Because asking for forgiveness is a holy act.

Videos @ MJL

The Four Questions

How to say the 'Mah Nishtanah.'

What It Means to Keep Kosher for Passover

Hametz, kitniyot and the holiday's dietary restrictions.

The Seder Plate

The placement and symbolism of the items on the seder plate.


11 Matzah Brei Recipes to Try This Passover

An easy Passover breakfast that can be made sweet or savory.

Passover Chocolate Mousse Recipe

A decadent dessert to enjoy for Passover or anytime.

This Chef Has the Secret to Perfect Passover Baking

Follow these expert tips for the best Passover desserts.


Which Seder Plate Item Are You?

Where you fall on a scale from sweet haroset and bitter herbs.

Passover Foods Quiz

Can you tell the difference between matzah and maror?

Passover Quiz

On prophets, pilgrimages and more.

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Fasting Before Passover

The eve of Passover is the only fast day in the Jewish calendar that only applies to one segment of the Jewish community.

How to Greet People on Passover

Happy Passover is always acceptable, but here are a few traditional greetings to try out over the holiday.

What is Not OK to Eat on Passover

Your guide to which foods are customarily avoided on the holiday.