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 ...

Imagine spending your Passover vacation exploring hilltop towns rich with history, resting on white sandy beaches, and basking in the warm Mediterranean sun. A trip to the Campania region of Italy for Passover in 2020 offers you all of this and so much more. The Campania region is divided into five provinces, each with its ...

I want you to think back to your first bite of matzah. If you can’t do that, then at least try to think back to your first bite of matzah of a certain Pesach, or even last Pesach. How did it taste? Pretty boring, right? Remember, the first bite of matzah is at the seder. ...

The letter S is a pretty unassuming letter, as far as letters go. In Scrabble, it is worth only one point, and when placed at the end of the word, the letter S usually changes a noun from singular to plural. But as I was looking at the Dessert section in one of my Passover ...

Hello dear readers, A popular story about the invention of the sandwich involves an English nobleman titled the Earl of Sandwich, after whom the sandwich is obviously named. In the story, the Earl asked for his meat to be brought between two pieces of bread, such that he could eat with one hand and continue ...

Hello dear readers, So, you’ve decided to go away this Pesach! I would say that’s a wise choice. Don’t get me wrong, I love being at home as much as the next person, but Pesach can be super stressful, so I’m all for going away for Pesach. I guess it’s like spring break, except instead ...

Hello dear readers, I was thinking about the exodus recently, and what the first Pesach was like. The Jews in Egypt sat frightened in their slave houses and ate wearing their traveling clothes so they would be ready to go. They ate matzah because they didn’t have time for their bread to rise, and left ...

Hello dear readers, Pesach is a holiday with many nicknames: Pesach, obviously (for Hashem passing over the Jews’ houses on the night of the tenth plague); Zman Cherutenu (celebrating our freedom following the exodus from Egypt); Chag Ha Aviv (marking the start of the spring and agricultural year). But don’t forget about the central food ...