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If you celebrate Passover, you're familiar with this scene: The closing prayers are sung, the last bite of seder brisket is a distant memory,

It's almost Green Thursday -- otherwise known as Clean Thursday, the day before Good Friday and three days before Easter Sunday, which this year

The differences between Ashkenazic and Sephardic Jewry's foodways are clearest at Passover. Sephardim traditionally ate rice, legumes and other foods verboten to those from

When it comes to the science of baking as opposed to the art of cooking, it doesn't do to have clumsy, chubby fingers. Chemistry

Passover is a Jewish holiday celebrating freedom. The initial meal (the seder) and the way you eat for a week offer a small part

In Cape Town, South Africa, Easter is all about chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and pickled fish, a local turmeric-hued, sweet and sour favorite,