matzah


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Synonyms for matzah

brittle flat bread eaten at Passover

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Similarly, in Exodus 13:8, when the verse says "explain to your son on that day 'it is because of what the Lord did for me when I went free from Egypt,"' the point the father is to make to his son is that God has the right to make demands of the Jewish people, such as to refrain from hamez and to eat matzah, because He took them out of Egypt.
The Model Matzah Bakery is also be available to large groups and schools.
Like many of Israel's Arabs, his family is among those who buy large quantities of matzah during the holiday.
Hillel's Ice Cream Sandwich: Pre-packaged confection with two slices of matzah surrounding vanilla ice creamno corn syrup used.
She used matzah meal and baking powder, two ingredients I do not have in my kitchen on a regular basis.
But there's a zaniness to them as well; they are as likely to feature stray cats and Egged buses as matzah and maror.
Matzah is the contemporary equivalent of the hastily baked, unleavened bread that Jewish ancestors ate with lamb and bitter herbs on the eve of their flight from Egypt some 3,200 years ago.
Joseph shows how a ritual act, like eating matzah and bitter herbs, recreates
Flour flew, rolling pins pounded and hands kneaded as elementary school children turned balls of flour and water into thin, round matzah this week as part of a hands-on lesson about Passover.
The Seder, was sponsored by the Jerusalem-based Shavei Israel organization, which sent Kaifeng all of the traditional Passover items including: Kosher Matzah packages from Israel, Kosher for Passover wine, Passover Haggadahs (traditional book used on Passover that explains the order of the Seder), which were prepared especially in Hebrew and Chinese, Kosher for Passover cakes, traditional red horseradish, and traditional Charoset (a sweet, dark-colored paste made of fruits and nuts eaten at the Passover Seder).
The great matzah prankster strikes on the Lower East Side
Google's former chef, Charlie Ayers, cooked up latkes, brisket, tzimmes and matzah ball soup for Hanukkah meals and turned the Passover seder into a Google tradition.
Joseph shows how a ritual act, like eating matzah and bitter herbs, recreates Judaism through memory: "In that moment of personalizing history, of making it my own story, it becomes the source of a profound pledge to respond and be responsible.
There were British bangers (sausages) on sale alongside American hot dogs, though one young fan opted for matzah.
On Passover we eat matzah because our ancestors ate matzah when they left Egypt, and on Sukkot we reside in booths to commemorate those in which they lived for forty years.