Posts Tagged ‘Seder’
Word Wednesday – “Haggadah”
“Haggadah” is my word for WordWednesday. ♦ I think we will have to amend the “Haggadah” and add the Coronavirus as the 11th Plague. • Noun: 1. Text recited at the Seder on the first two nights of the Jewish Passover or Pesach, including a narrative of the Exodus from Egypt. 2. Legend, parable, or anecdote used…Read more
A Happy and Connected Passover and Easter – Egg – Hunt!
Last night, we shared a lovely and joyful Passover Seder with our family. As I observed all the people at the holiday celebration, I realized how much my Passover observance has changed. My heart smiled when I thought about the very long and observant Seders my maternal grandfather led; the beautiful and traditional Seders my…Read more
Gluten Free Matzo For A Joyful Passover!
Last night, I attended my Hadassah Book Club meeting, which is held in a meeting room in Sunset Foods grocery store. That might sound strange if you do not live on the North Shore of Chicago. Shopping at Sunset is not as beautiful as shopping at Harrods Food Hall in London, but the selection is amazing. After…Read more