I love Pesach, and I love Seder nights. (Some people call me crazy, but I think I’m one of the few people who prefer doing Pesach in the United States so I get to do two seders, instead of just one in Israel!) However! It can be very, very stressful to plan, host, organize, serve, ...

There are a lot of rules to keep in mind about Pesach. Rules about how to clean your house, rules about disposing your chametz (or selling your chametz), rules about what food you can eat, and how you can cook it – there’s a lot to remember. I might say that there are so many ...

Did you know that there is one place in the world where Jews are not considered Sephardic or Ashkenazi? Unlike most of their European counterparts, most of Italy’s Jews came directly from ancient Israel. Deep in the heart of Rome, as far back as the second century BC, the oldest Jewish community took hold and ...

When the Jewish people were led out of Egypt on Pesach, they wandered for forty years in the desert before reaching their final destination. There were a lot of drawbacks of traveling that way – it took a long time, they were traveling on foot, and they encountered dangers such as plagues, droughts, and enemy ...

One of the best ways to get through the long cold nights of winter is to dream of spring. We know how important it is to find the perfect resort to spend your spring holiday.   Here are five of the best Kosher vacation resorts to help make your Passover 2020 dreams come true. In addition ...

I’m always trying to declutter my phone. That’s deleting photos (or printing them out), reading emails (so I don’t see a number of unread emails in the thousands), and removing apps that I’m not using anymore (mostly it’s just games that I try but don’t get into). I’m not always successful, but I do try ...