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Beyond Hamantaschen: Moroccan, Greek and Hungarian Dishes for Purim

Hosted By: The Nosher

There are many flavors, and shapes, of Jewish foods for Purim. Join The Nosher and Chef Vered Guttman to explore symbolic foods for the upcoming holiday. Step by step, you’ll learn how to make three unique and delicious dishes that will make your Purim: Moroccan challah with hard-boiled egg, phyllo dough with nuts and spices, and Hungarian/Israeli poppy seed cake with chocolate ganache.

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Salamone Rossi & Synagogue Choral Music

A Renaissance composer who applied the conventions of choral music to Jewish liturgy


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Hatikvah, the National Anthem of Israel

Hatikvah, literally "the hope," is Israel's national anthem. Its lyrics were written in 1886 by Naphtali Herz Imber, a poet originally from Galicia. The melody was written by Samuel Cohen, who based the melody on a musical theme from Bedrich Smetana’s "Mo