What's inside the book that serves as guide, script and liturgy of the Passover seder.
Which Alcoholic Drinks Are Kosher For Passover?
Whiskey, bourbon, beer and more are all forbidden on the holiday. But there’s some good news on vodka.
Are Meat Substitutes Kosher for Passover?
Tofu, tempeh, seitan and others are increasingly popular, but can they be eaten on Passover?
Are Non-Dairy Milks Kosher for Passover?
Alternative milk product pose a number of unique considerations for Passover consumption.
Are Nuts and Seeds Kosher For Passover?
Chia, mustard, sesame, pumpkin and sunflower seeds are not among the five forbidden grains, so can they be consumed on Passover?
Should You Sell Your Pet Before Passover?
Who knew pets had anything to do with preparation for the holiday?
How to Make Passover Cleaning Manageable
Tips for the overwhelmed, the last-minute and the lazy.
What Does it Mean To Say: ‘All Who are Hungry Come and Eat’?
The Passover seder begins with a declaration that we will throw our doors open and invite the poor in — or does it?
Tefillat Tal: Cultivating a Mindset of Sufficiency
In praying for something as fleeting and nearly invisible as dew, this Passover prayer honors the transition from abundance to enough-ness.
Remembering Our Oppression With Sweetness
The haroset paste eaten at the Passover Seder recalls the mortar the Israelite slaves used to build in Egypt. So why is it so sweet?
The Hidden Arc of the Passover Seder
The Mishnah says the seder must begin with the disgrace of enslavement and end with praise of God. The authors of the Haggadah did a little more than that.