Not Just Karpas

How do you “go green” for Passover?

The Jew and Carrot has hints for a healthy and sustainable celebration including cleaning with eco-friendly products and growing your own karpas.

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Chicken Soup with Quinoa, Leeks and Alb├│ndigas

In the chill of January and February, comfort foods are more than just a welcome respite on the table. For ...

The Hidden Meaning of Karpas

The green vegetable dipped in saltwater at the seder alludes to the very beginning of the Israelites' slavery saga.

A History of Purim

How this festival became a time for merriment and satire.