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passover

When one culture's holiday becomes everyone's excuse to party, what's gained and what's lost? We go to two very unique gatherings to find out.

The man who runs one of the biggest matzoh factories in the world schools us on the science behind these excellent crackers. Then Dan debates kosher law with a rabbi.

When I traveled to the Manischewitz factory in New Jersey, they told me how the women in their test kitchen make matzoh brei.

I talk to a Southern Baptist matzoh expert about the science of matzoh and a rabbi about the religion of these excellent crackers. Whether you celebrate Passover or not, this episode is for you!

Fleeing the Egyptians would have been much more delicious for my ancestors if they had had matzah pizza. Fortunately we have it today, as displayed by Ella (age 9) in Westport, CT. Her siblings Justin (also 9) and Julia also made some. It looks like they took the interesting approach of adding shredded cheddar. Is the tomato sauce straight sauce,

In our Passover episode, I was stunned to learn that many American Jews rely on a religious text published by coffeemaker Maxwell House to mark Passover. Even the official White House Seder has used it. So how did the coffee colossus get into the Haggadah business? Sporkful Eater Beth found the answer in this article, an interesting tale at the intersection