How to holiday edition: Matzah granola

By Sonya Lehat Passover; the week-long holy Jewish holiday commemorating the enslaving, and eventual liberation, of the Jews in Egypt. In short, the Jewish people did have enough time for their yeast to rise in order to make bread while they were being exiled by the Egyptians. So, they took whatever they had in limited time, unrisen yeast – also known as Matzah, or Matzot … Continue reading How to holiday edition: Matzah granola

How To Throw A Passover Seder At College

Rid your cupboards of leavened products and pull out your Haggadahs because its time for Passover! This Friday, April 3rd, is when most people will celebrate the first night of Passover with a seder. For those unfamiliar with Jewish traditions, the ceremony also known as Pesach entails a meal accompanied by a special prayer book called the Haggadah, a story that celebrates the Israelites’ escape from Egypt slavery. Let’s face facts, … Continue reading How To Throw A Passover Seder At College