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  • No Bread for Obama

    Jews hold back on the bread for the holiday of Passover, and President Obama is no exception to that rule.  The King David hotel in Jerusalem has turned over their kitchen for Passover, precisely in time for the highly anticipated Israel trip of President Obama, so the President will only be eating kosher for Passover… More ▸

  • That Aching Matzah Belly

    The Passover haggadah hopes that next year we will all be free, but what about now? Does consuming all that matzah have you feeling a little less "free" than usual?   To keep you on the march to freedom, no less a food authority  than Bon Appetit magazine has published a timely "5 Ways to Cure Matzo Belly."… More ▸

  • Matzo or ciabatta?

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