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4 Passover Pack N Go Ideas

 

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This Passover we have four full days of Chol Hamoed. That means we have four whole days to keep the kids busy, entertained and well fed while on the go. Here are four great recipes that are easy to make and easy to take.  The PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese really amps up the flavor in all of them.  Pack them up and enjoy your day on the town.


 

Shabbat Menu – The Last Day Of Passover

 

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I just realized that those living in Israel will have to keep the same 8 days of Pesach that we have here in the US.  The last day is on Shabbat and it is preceded by Yom Tov.  So everyone needs a really good, use up all my Passover ingredients Shabbat dinner this year.  So let’s join together for a Passover Shabbat dinner like no other.

Whole Wheat Spinach Matzo Balls


 

Happy Passover

 

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You made it through our countdown, you clean, you planned, you shopped, you cooked (and are still cooking) and now we hope you have the most amazing holiday with family and friends and all your delicious food.  Wishing you all a happy, delicious, meaningful, sweet, kosher Passover. Lots of love from the entire JOY of KOSHER team.

In case you missed any of our countdown we had 25 days of tips, tricks and recipes to guide you through, go back and find your favorites here.


 

Watch Me Share 4 Ways To Use Matzo On The Today...

 

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It was so much fun to be on the Today Show again with Kathie Lee and Hoda!!  I showed them how to really enjoy matzo this Passover, see the pics, watch the clip and don’t forget to make the recipes.


 

Hallel/Nirtza – Next Year In Jerusalem

 

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Hallel is a song of praise that is sung in synagogue on holidays and is said as the second to last step of the seder, while Nirtza is the final step that bring it all home. We joyfully say “Next Year In Jerusalem!” as the seder comes to a close. With Passover in 1 day and this countdown coming to a close for this year there are so many last minute details to take care of, but when I mull over what has just passed I am thankful that I took part in this countdown as I am a lot further along because of it.

The last step to think about is packing up after the holiday is complete. I know that seems like the end of Passover is a while away, the days will fly by because of the time you will spend with family and friends. Here are some tips on packing up after the holiday has come to a close.


 

15 Matzo Free Recipes

 

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Pesach (Passover) is upon us!  Welcome to the healthiest religious cleanse world, unless of course you’re like 99.9% of Jews and enjoy your fair share of meats, kugels and pesach cakes (yum?) throughout the week.  Despite the countless seder guests you are likely to have plenty of leftovers to get you through some of chol hamoed, but when those run out and you get sick of the matzo, enjoy these 15 matzo free recipes which make for 3  (or more!) matzo free meals.

 


 

Barech – The Seder Can Set You Free

 

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Passover night revolves around the Seder. The word Seder (order) is related to the word siddur (prayer book) because both involve an important order of prayers or in the case of Passover, actions, which we follow one after the other. The Pesach Seder is divided into fifteen steps. Each one of those steps, in the correct order, is crucial in creating the right frame of mind needed to experience the exodus from Egypt our ancestors went through more than three thousand years ago.

What’s the connection between the number fifteen and the Passover Seder?


 

Banana and Peach Matzo Brie Bake Video

 

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I love talking to foodies. Cause I know you know what it’s like to fall asleep and dream about breakfast. I always have these grand plans to wake up early and make any number of sweet and savory breakfast-like-a-king spreads.


 

Tzafun – A Prize For The Afikoman

 

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Finding the Afikomen is always an exciting event in my house. The young ones take it seriously, but sometimes the adults take it even more seriously. When all the kids were young, my Dad hid it in the same spot for several years; it was always under his chair! Once we realized his trick, and he had to change up the hiding spot, searching for the Afikoman became serious business. My family has never been big on expensive prizes, more fun free prizes, like not having to take out the garbage, or the good old fashioned option of a few dollar bills after the holiday ends. Here are a few ideas for prizes, most of which don’t cost too much, for children (and adults) of all ages.

Tzafun - Toys


 

Shulchan Orech – Setting A Beautiful...

 

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Tablescaping isn’t everybody’s forte. Making a beautiful table for Passover is important, but it’s sometimes the last thing on your mind when you are in the midst of cleaning and cooking. I believe that when your guests arrive and see a table set in a special way that they feel special and the food might taste even that much better because of how the table is set. Because tablescaping is definitely not my best skill, here are a few tips that I will use myself this Passover.

passover tablescape


 

What To Feed The Kids Before The Seder

 

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The only thing more daunting than what to feed the kids before Shabbos is what to feed the kids before the Seder.  You need them to be satisfied enough so that they can hold out for the meal (which will inevitably be served later than you anticipate) yet at the same time there are varying customs and traditions with regard to the consumption of matzo in advance of the Passover holiday.


 

Korech – Top Ten Matzo Recipes

 

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Not everyone likes Passover matzo. There are some that say eating it can feel like you are eating dry wall paper paste (my Mom for example). I believe that matzo just has to be prepared the right way. During the Seder we take part in the step of Korech, where we eat a sandwich of matzo, maror and charoset, but for the rest of the holiday don’t hesitate to dig in to a sandwich of cream cheese and jam, my favorite! If you don’t keep Gebrokts (where you don’t allow the matzo to come in contact with any liquid) you have many choices as to what to do with your matzo. I have compiled a list of 10 matzo recipes that you should definitely try!!


 

3 Perfect Passover Cookies

 

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Throughout Passover cookies are a staple dessert. It is always good to have a few around just in case you get a sweet tooth craving, because, if you’re anything like me, you are always craving sweets during Passover. Make sure to pair it with some tasty fruit as well! Here are three delicious cookie recipes that will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth.

Rocky Road Cookies


 

Maror – Bitter Herb Recipes

 

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Maror is a bitter herb eaten during the Passover Seder. From family to family the bitter herb eaten always varies. Some eat horseradish, others eat romaine lettuce or endives. Here are some delicious ways to get horseradish into every meal.


 

Red Velvet and Cream Cheese Ice Cream Parfait

 

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Red Velvet and Cream Cheese Ice Cream Parfait Posted 03/26/2015 by Jamie Geller
This beautiful, easy, icy cool take on a deconstructed red velvet cupcake can completely assembled in advance and frozen. Allow to sit at room temperature just a few minutes before serving.

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