In 2023, the first Passover seder is on Wednesday, April 5.
Delicious dishes for you and your family for the seder and beyond.
Tips for the overwhelmed, the last-minute and the lazy.
Where you fall on a scale from sweet haroset and bitter herbs.
What to expect at a Passover seder.
On prophets, pilgrimages and more.
Many Jewish communities have developed unique Passover traditions that make the holiday more lively and relevant.
Your guide to which foods are customarily avoided on the holiday.
Why Israelis have just one seder, how Gibraltar does haroset and other curiosities of this 8-day holiday.
For one Greek Jewish family, this casserole has been a seder staple for years.
Tips for making your non-Jewish guests and family members feel welcome and comfortable.
Online resources for Passover recordings, lyrics, sheet music and more.
How to say the 'Mah Nishtanah.'
Soda is not one of the forbidden grains, but there are still concerns about consuming it on the holiday.