By Yosef Abramowitz
Reprinted professional advice and general information about the significance of observing Passover dietary laws; "Ridding our homes of bread for a week is a creative way to remind ourselves annually that we can and must liberate ourselves and the wor
By The Jewish Outreach Institute
Professional view from the Jewish Outreach Institute advising interfaith families to discuss the connections, similarities, and differences between Passover and Easter, two important holidays in Jewish and Christian faiths.
By Amanda Pazornik
Celebrate one? Both? They don't typically ask their rabbis, but they do have to decide what to do about these major spring holidays.
Professional view survey by InterfaithFamily.com containing links to the 2005 Passover Predicament Survey.
By Sheilah Kaufman
No meat, no cheese, no tortillas--but still delicious authentic Pesach recipes from south of the border.
A compilation of resources, culled from the InterfaithFamily.com Article Archive, on Passover and Easter from 2004.
By Tori Avey
I've been cooking our family Passover seder meal for almost a decade, but this year will be my first time cooking it as a Jewish woman. Preparing a delicious, unleavened meal for fifty is not an easy task, but I learned how by not being afraid to make mistakes.
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of a cookbook, Zell Schulman’s Passover Seders Made Simple, whose title says it all.
By Chana-Esther Dayan
I prepared our first traditional Passover while we were trying to sell the house and start new jobs. My husband supported me through it all.
By Ellen S. Glazer
After years of saying "no" to Judaism, her daughter Elizabeth says "yes" to the seder.