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Happy Passover and Happy 1 Year Anniversary!!!

 

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If I actually had any energy left after all this prep and work that I had to wrap before Yuntif, I would find the right words to thank you all and wish you the best of the best this Pesach.

It really is such a truly happy occasion and I am looking forward to it this year in a way that I can’t remember from past years.  Maybe its because it’s my 5th year making Pesach and I’ve learned to chill a bit, maybe it’s because we only have a 2 day yuntif (in the US), or maybe it’s because we have a full week of chol hamoed without a shabbos in between to break up the family plans and add to the cooking load.  I am not sure if it’s one or all of those things or the fact that as my kids grow older I so look forward to enjoying the seder along with them.

Every time I write a “Wishing you a Happy fill-in-the-blank-holiday-here”  post I get all teary and nostalgic and use it as a marker to look back at this time last year.  And guess what?  We launched JoyofKosher.com last Pesach and now we have grown to almost 100,000 individual visitors per month!  We are thankful beyond words that you have chosen to make our site your home away from home or rather your cyber kitchen.  It’s your continued support that allows us to be all that we can be and enables us to create the ultimate online kosher destination.  We thank you for helping make our dream of serving you yummy food and nuggets of culinary knowledge every hour of every day (except shabbos and yuntif of course), come true.  And we value your contributions to our community site – your recipes, your comments, your posts in ways you can not imagine.  Each of you have become special and important to us and you regulars who always take the time to drop a line, really enhance our party.  Happy 1 year anniversary to us all.  I think we all look pretty good for 1 :-)

And mostly this time of year we are thankful to be celebrating our exodus from Egypt, our freedom.  As we pray to know and understand and truly mean the words of L’Shana Haba B’Yerushalayim I dream of seeing us all there, together, next year G-d Willing.

From all of us at JoyofKosher.com – We wish everyone a Chag K’asher V’Sameyach, a Zissin Pesach and a GREAT PASSOVER.  Yes, I know all those pretty much mean the same thing I just like to flaunt my knowledge of the lingo.

Lots of Hugs!

Make sure to bookmark our Passover holiday page where you can find all our Passover articles and here you can browse through all our Passover recipes.  Please check back next week too for inspiring Chol Hamoed ideas, you know you’ll need it.

 

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Jamie Geller is the only best-selling cookbook author who wants to get you out of the kitchen – not because she doesn’t love food – but because she has tons to do. As “The Bride Who Knew Nothing” Jamie found her niche specializing in fast, fresh, family recipes. Now the "Queen of Kosher" (CBS) and the "Jewish Rachael Ray" (New York Times), she's the creative force behind JoyofKosher.com and "Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller" magazine . Jamie and her hubby live in Israel with their five busy kids who give her plenty of reasons to get out of the kitchen - quickly. Check out her new book, "Joy of Kosher: Fast, Fresh Family Recipes."

 

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3 Responses to Happy Passover and Happy 1 Year Anniversary!!!

  1. avatar says: Nanabird4

    Thank you Joy of Kosher for helping me make new and exciting recipes for our Sedar this year. The Roasted Beet Salad with Dill and Scallions,Sweet Carrot Salad and the Apple Brisket were big hits. I am so glad that I found your magazine and web site just before Rosh Hashana last year. It’s contributed to a wondeful cooking experience for me,needless to say, my family have been the benefactors of new yummy things to eat. Keep up the good work.

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