Passover Holiday Traditions



All Recipes | Passover Entertaining Advice __ A collection of recipes for the holiday. - From -  

Diabetic / Passover Recipes __ A collection of many recipes for those of us who are "naturally sweet." <- Sarcasm from a fellow diabetic, me.  I have already tried a few of them.  Well, a couple anyway. - From - 

Eileen's Favorite Camp Crafts - Passover Crafts and Links __ Here is a great Passover resource for you and the kids.  You will find crafts and other fun activities as well as resources and links.  Have you ever made your own chocolate Seder plate? - illustrated - From - 

Kosher Cooking - Passover Recipes __ A collection of recipes including breakfast rolls, meat and poultry, desserts and links to more recipes. - From - 

Kosher for Passover __ A kosher Jewish Holiday website with Judaica seder plates, matzah and Haggadah, stories, seder guides, kosher foods, recipes and more. - From - 

MavenSearch - Jewish Web Directory and Search Engine - Passover Pages __ Here is an excellent list of websites about Passover. - From MavenSearch - 

Passover __ A highly detailed overview of the holiday with full explanations of tradition, symbolism and meaning.  Text links take you to additional information. - From - 

Passover __ A brief look at Passover, its history and traditions. - From Metropolitan State College of Denver - 

Passover __ An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From Wikipedia -

Passover Content Archive __ You will find several click-to-read articles about the Passover celebration including history, food and more. - From United Jewish Communities - 

Passover History __ A look at the history of the holiday.  You will also find recipes, crafts, and traditions. - From - 

Passover - Pesach | > Holidays__ This site has great information for parents and teachers. They have pages just for kids with stories, guides, and games. Also a multimedia movie. Navigate the site using Mr. Matzah. A must for kids. - From - 

Passover Sites for Kids __ A list of websites for Passover and kids. - From -

Passover Traditions __ "The Passover celebration begins with the "seder", the traditional Passover meal. The seder consists of many elements and can be quite long--lasting until the early morning hours for some very religious Jews. The "required" parts of the seder, however, are the retelling of the story of the exodus from Egypt, eating matza and drinking four cups of wine."  You will learn the Passover story and the Four Questions as well as some history. - From Unknown - 

Passover Traditions: A Brief History__ "Passover is a Jewish holiday that begins at sunset on the 14th day of the Jewish calendar month "Nisan." This year, Passover begins on April 16th. The holiday celebrates the Jewish people's emancipation from slavery during the Pharaoh's rule in Egypt. It is also a somber remembrance of the hardship that the Jews endured before achieving freedom."  A brief look at the history of the Passover celebration. - From - 

Torah Tots - The Site for Jewish children - Pesach Passover__ Learn about Passover with fun, games, coloring pages and much more. - illustrated - From - 

Vegetarian Fat-Free Passover Recipes __ Just what the title says.  And a lot of them. - From Zahava Koren -


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