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CHAG PESSACH SAMEACH! 5774-2014

07.04.2014
HAPPY PASSOVER!

How to Break Down a Chicken

 13.09.2013

Ever wonder how to break down a raw chicken into legs, wings, thighs and breasts? Have you ever wondered why you’re paying more to buy a chicken in parts when you should be able to do it yourself. Well Chef Avi has your answer.

Thanks to the folks at KOL Foods (KOLFoods.com), Avi takes apart a 5 and a half pound Julia Roaster. You’ll get tips, tricks and a few smiles.

LET THEM EAT MATZOH

12.04.2014
Matzoh- an unusual symbol of freedom

recipes-thesimple

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
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וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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Warga-032213-Kitniyot

Is it Time to Abandon Kitniyot? 
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim argues it is time for Ashkenazim to abandon the prohibition against Kitnyot. What do you think?

Matza for Passover 2014

Bentleys, Matzos and the Chumra Machine 
Is handmade always better?

Pessach 24JEWISH Alerts Section jewish Recipes How to Make Passover Apple Cake Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

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CHAG PESSACH SAMEACH! 5774-2014

07.04.2014
HAPPY PASSOVER!

LET THEM EAT MATZOH

12.04.2014
Matzoh- an unusual symbol of freedom

recipes-thesimple

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
—————————————-­———-
וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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Warga-032213-Kitniyot

Is it Time to Abandon Kitniyot? 
Rabbi David Bar-Hayim argues it is time for Ashkenazim to abandon the prohibition against Kitnyot. What do you think?

Matza for Passover 2014

Bentleys, Matzos and the Chumra Machine 
Is handmade always better?

Pessach 24JEWISH Alerts Section jewish Recipes How to Make Passover Apple Cake Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

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CHAG PESSACH SAMEACH! 5774-2014

07.04.2014
HAPPY PASSOVER!

recipes-thesimple

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
—————————————-­———-
וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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Pessach 24JEWISH Alerts Section jewish Recipes How to Make Passover Apple Cake Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

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Tzimmes – Jewish carrot dish

15.04.2009
Mr. Hebrew makes Tzimmes. The expression “Dont make tzimmes out of it” (a big deal) isn’t really true when you use Neal’s preparation method.

Wikipedia definition: Tzimmes or tsimmes (Yiddish, Hebrew: צימעס) is a traditional Jewish dish in which the principal ingredient is diced or sliced carrots, sometimes combined with dried fruits like prunes or raisins, or chunks of meat (usually brisket or flanken). The dish is cooked slowly over low heat and flavored with honey and sometimes cinnamon. The variations are endless. The non-meat version tends to be sweeter, along the lines of candied yams.

Tzimmes is often part of the Rosh Hashanah meal, when it is traditional to eat sweet and honey-flavored dishes.

The name may come from the German words zum (for) and essen (eating). Some say the word is a corruption of the word ‘simmer.’ “To make a big tzimmes over something” means to make a big fuss.

jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
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וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

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jkidphilly Passover

01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
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וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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How to Host a Passover Seder

09.04.2009

Watch more How to Celebrate Jewish Holidays videos:http://www.howcast.com/videos/3173-Ho…

A seder is a ceremonial dinner service usually observed on the first or first and second nights of the Jewish holiday Passover. It’s also a joyful occasion to gather with friends and family!

Step 1: Place matzos and seder plate on table
Wrap three whole matzos in a cloth, and place them on the table, along with the seder plate.

Step 2: Place filled wine glass and Haggadah
Set down a filled wine glass at each adult’s place setting. Also give each person a Haggadah, which contains the Exodus story and the guidelines for the ritual meal.

Step 3: Elder leads seder
When all the guests have arrived, a designated person, usually an elder or one of the hosts, leads the seder.

Tip
While it is customary to complete all the steps of the seder, feel free to spend more or less time on the steps you find most or least interesting.

Step 4: Recite the Kiddush blessing
Recite the Kiddush blessing over the wine. In some families, everyone holds their own cup for the blessing. In others, the Kiddush is said over one large cup, which is then distributed into individual glasses.

Step 5: Drink the first cup of wine
Drink the first cup of wine. Attendees drink four cups of wine each throughout the seder to symbolize the four redemption promises found in Exodus: God tells the Jews he will take them out of Egypt, deliver them from bondage, redeem them with an outstretched arm, and acquire them to be God’s chosen people.

Tip
For children or those who prefer not to drink wine, you may substitute grape juice or another beverage.

Step 6: Wash your hands
Wash your hands, either away from the table or using a pitcher and bowl passed around the table.

Step 7: Dip the karpas
Dip the karpas, or green vegetable, symbolizing rebirth, into the salt water, representing the tears of slavery. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Celery or parsley is often used.

Step 8: Leader breaks the middle matzoh in two
The leader breaks the middle matzo in two and places the smaller half back in the cloth between the other matzos. The other half is wrapped and hidden for the afikomen, which children will hunt for later in the evening. Fill the second cup of wine.

Step 9: Ask the four questions
The youngest person at the seder asks the four questions, which encourage participation in the ritual. The questions are all meant to explain why this night is different from other nights.

Tip
Engage people, especially children, in discussion.

Step 10: Recite the Passover story
Recite the Passover story found in the Haggadah. Drink the second cup of wine and wash hands as before, this time accompanied by the traditional blessing for washing hands, which can be found in the Haggadah.

Step 11: Recite blessing over remaining matzo
Recite the blessing over the remaining matzo on the table. Each person eats a small piece from the top matzo and broken middle matzo. If there is not enough matzo from the seder plate to go around, supplement with some from a box.

Step 12: Dip the maror
Dip the maror, or bitter herb (representing slavery’s bitterness), into the charoset, the sweet fruit and nut mixture that symbolizes the slave labor Jews performed with bricks and mortar. Recite the corresponding blessing and eat. Then, take pieces from the bottom matzo and make a sandwich with the chazeret, or second bitter herb, dipped into the charoset.

Tip
If the seder plate does not contain any chazeret you may also use the maror to make the sandwich.

Step 13: Eat dinner
Eat dinner. Typical main dishes include brisket, matzo ball soup, and potato kugel. Many Passover meals begin with the egg on the seder plate dipped in salt water, a sign both of mourning for the destruction of the Temple and of new life.

Step 14: Hunt for the afikomen
At some point while the adults are eating, the children hunt for the afikomen. Since the meal cannot finish without eating it, it is traditional for the children to ransom the afikomen in exchange for a prize, such as candy or a small toy.

Step 15: Fill your cup with wine
Fill your cup with wine. Say the grace after meals and wine blessing as found in the Haggadah, and drink the third cup of wine.

Step 16: Pour the fourth cup of wine for Elijah
Pour the fourth cup of wine, setting aside an extra glass of wine for the Prophet Elijah, and open the door for Elijah.

Step 17: Drink the fourth cup and eat the afikomen
Sing psalms and recite the blessing over the wine. Drink the fourth cup of wine. After dinner, eat a piece of the afikomen. Don’t eat or drink anything else for the rest of the night.

Step 18: End ritual
The ritual ends with a statement that the seder is done and the wish that Passover might be celebrated

The Seder Plate

07.04.2014

Slide show of my favorite Seder Plates (4 minutes). Which one do you like best?

jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
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וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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jkidphilly Passover

 01.04.2014

A fun idea to celebrate Passover with your jkids, making harosets together for your Passover seder. For more, see jkidphilly.org.

How to Make Matzah Brie

02.04.2014

Bubby Chanele makes Gefilte Fish in Yiddish

15.08.2010

Bubby Chanele Gonshor, of Montreal, Canada, visits her granddaughter in Berkeley, California, and teachers her how to make Geflite Fish in Yiddish.

Passover Recipe – Fried Gefilte Fish

10.09.2009
Step-by-step guide to making fried gefilte fish for Passover (Pesach). Enjoy this delicacy hot or cold. These are Jewish fish cakes!

Video Jewish Recipes of the Day

how to make matzo crack

25.03.2014
our FoodtoEat cook/baker teaches us how to make matzo crack.
For Full Recipe Visit: http://dailyfoodtoeat.com/

SDJA Kosher Cooking

12.04.2008
SDJA 5th grade students make matzah chocolate cake for passover.

Passover Recipe – How to Make Passover Apple Cake

 29.03.2013

Get the recipe @ http://allrecipes.com/recipe/passover…

Watch how to make delicious Passover apple cake from scratch. It’s easy, moist, and tender, and sure to be a hit at your Seder.

PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls (stuffed) #2 להכין “קניידלך” לראש השנה -לפסח

16.03.2012

go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7WLmUm…
High Holidays/PASSOVER-Making- Chicken Soup & Vegetables Kosher for PASSOVER – Part 1
איך להכין מרק עוף וירקות לפסח -ולראש השנה- חלק 1
המטבח של אורה – הדרכה בעברית ואנגלית
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וידיאו מספר 2 – איך להכין “קניידלך” כדורי מצה – כשר פסח
Making Matzo Balls (stuffed vegetables) for PASSOVER #2

Made by Ora Nissim
Music Mickey Evans
mevansmusic@aol.com

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day PASSOVER-Making Matzo Balls, Part 2 Sugati Israel channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

 

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