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Location: Metro Boston Massachusetts
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Latest Activity: Apr 8, 2010

Getting ready for Passover has added new recipes and menus on the food page including:
Sweet Potato & Zucchini Soup from Healthy Helpings by Norene Gilletz
Greek Fish Fillets from the Passover web site
Chocolate Fruit Nut Bark from the Passover web site

Also there are links to Passover resources, videos, and humor that may be helpful in planning your seder.

Please let us know if you have any interesting rituals, traditions, and/or learning that you can share to enrich our Passover experience.

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I would love to join a book club.  I've had it in mind for years, but just never did anything about it.  I've recently started reading more on my own, something I've always loved to do, but I think…Continue

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Started by Jamie Stolper Mar 1, 2010.

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Comment by Julie Weisman on April 8, 2010 at 12:18pm
(Submitted by a frequent user of the food page):

For the second year, the biggest hit at this year's sedar were Jamie's Mini Potato Kugels! 100-plus minis were served with the meal, in a basket, in place of the traditional kugel in a 9X13 casserole dish. They disappeared!
The little grandchix, as well as the adults, kept "stealing" them from the basket even before I had the chance to bring them to the food table. They simply couldn't wait to pop them in their mouths.

In addition to the standard mini-muffin silicone forms/pans, I found heart-shaped muffin forms. As you can imagine, they were a big hit too. What a fun and delicious way to express love!
Comment by Julie Weisman on March 23, 2010 at 12:57pm food page now has Passover recipes and menus including:
Seder Menus and Recipes for
Gluten-free recipes

And: Charoset Recipes Galore!
Mango-Date Charoset from Jeff Nathan
Venetian Charoset from Kristine Winber
Traditional Charoset
Charoset, Mortar-Style
Charoset Around the World

New recipes and information is added daily.
Comment by Rabbi Susan Abramson on March 12, 2010 at 12:52pm
Looking for the Purrrrrfect Passover Present or Afikoman Prize?
Faster than a speeding matzah ball.... Here it is!
Rabbi Rocketpower and the Half-Baked Matzah Mystery
Before you know it, the children (Grades K-Katrillion) as well as the adults will be laughing as they learn the customs and traditions of Passover.
Includes great illustrations and cartoons, easy holiday recipes, a seder checklist, fun glossary.
Featured in this week's Jewish Advocate:
Recently featured in The Boston Globe:
Available on (
Comment by Jamie Stolper on March 1, 2010 at 10:18am
The Community Calendar of Events lists hundreds of events every month taking place locally. You can even choose to look at specific categories of events, such as those for children or for families. For example, in March in these 2 categories there are currently more than 25 events, including several Shabbat and Passover programs, a baseball clinic, a Junie B. Jones show, a concert with Ben Rudnick and Friends, several open houses, and more. The SB Calendar is the most comprehensive local calendar of events online. We post items daily, so check it frequently to see all that is going on.

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