The Modern Jewish Passover Details Spring has definitely sprung~I can tell because I’m sniffling and relying on my FloNase twice a day.  That means it is time for the annual Spring festival of Passover.  Did you know that Passover is THE most celebrated Jewish holiday of the entire year? More so, then either of the High Holidays or Chanukah. I personally think it is because every Jewish child has a memory (or two) of Passover…

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5 ways to incorporate these tasty treats into your Modern Jewish Wedding Today is National Macaroon Day.  Macaroons are small unleavened cakes (Kosher for Passover, anyone) with a crispy outer layer and a moist, chewy center.  According to The Nibble, the first macaroons were almond meringue cookies similar to today’s amaretti, with a crisp crust and a soft interior. Because they are made from egg whites and almond paste (with no flour or leavening agent…

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Happy Passover! It is clearly Spring time.  Yippee!  This week we celebrated Earth Day and tonight we celebrate Passover by eating greens (more salt water is necessito por le parsley)! To honor the holidays we’re posting 10 tips you need to make sure your Modern Jewish Wedding is good for you and our environment. The ideas in this article come from a  a Sierra Club article on how to plan a “Green” wedding–which by its…

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The Modern Jewish Passover Details Spring has definitely sprung~I can tell because I’m sniffling and relying on my FloNase twice a day.  That means it is time for the annual Spring festival of Passover.  Did you know that Passover is THE most celebrated Jewish holiday of the entire year?  More so, then either of the High Holidays or Chanukah. I personally think it is because every Jewish child has a memory (or two) of Passover…

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Just in time for Passover, we’ve got seven great Kosher wines to pair with your traditional seder. We called on Yosef Silver, VP of Marketing for the JCommerce Group, to share his top picks. You’ll find them below and on our Passover Essentials Pinterest Board. The best part? You can order all of them online at kosherwine.com and have them delivered to your doorstep. Use code MJW5 to get an extra 5% off and free shipping on all cases. P.S….

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It signifies that today is a day of irrevocable change. The moment when the glass is broken the separate lives of each individual getting married end and their life as a married couple begins.  The act is a reminder that relationships are fragile and must be treated with great care, love and mutual respect.
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