LLC was founded by Rabbi Dov Behr Manischewitz in 1888 in Cincinnati and is known for its machine-made matzah
and its line of Passover products, as well as its wines and Tam Tam crackers.
However, after the four questions are asked, the Matzah
is blessed and the meal is consumed, the celebration can continue-by watching TV specials and movies which honor the story of the holiday and the history behind it.
A new initiative called 2 for Seder has a catchy slogan: "Pushing back on anti-Semitism with love and matzah
." The premise: Invite two people who've never been to a Sedernon-Jews in particularto come to yours, "with the intent of building bridges and creating understanding about our Jewish values," in the words of its creator, Marnie Fienberg.
Frontiers were areas where Jews could find few, if any, of the resources with which to construct a Jewish life: no minyan, Torah scroll, school, mohel, kosher butcher, matzah
, cemetery, or community from which to draw friends, companions, and, often, brides (most of the individuals on the frontier were men).
And if your doves flew the coop, a bag of matzah
meal would do (Leviticus 5:6-11).
Relive the Exodus, discover the eternal meaning of the Haggadah, and enjoy a family Seder, complete with hand-baked matzah
, wine, and a homemade dinner.
THE Festival of Passover begins next Friday evening, March 30, and Jews throughout the world will be eating matzah
. What is matzah
, the food most commonly associated with Passover?
We made sandwiches out of matzah
and romaine lettuce.
When you are planning on "souping" it up, add soup sides" to your shopping list, such as savory crackers, matzah
, pretzels, popcorn, crispy noodles, hard or soft tortillas, nori sheets, or veggie chips.
The tracks are "The Mitzvah Bus", "Hannukah", "Hola Shalom", "Camp", "Latkes for Breakfast", "Bevakasha", "Matzah
on my Mind", "Shabbat Shalom", "Purim Party Song", "Tokhes", "Flood's Gonna Come", and "Naturaleza".
These Facebook posts about fiends snatching innocent children are eerily reminiscent of an older, more pernicious scare: a corrosive lie called the "blood libel," in which Jews during medieval times were said to be killing Christian children and using their blood to make matzah
. But while the blood libels were directed against a single group, medieval scholar Emily Rose points out, the Facebook posts aren't, though they often mention men of a different ethnic background than the writer.
Cohen graciously offered "a spread of schnapps, matzah
, kosher dills and Montreal smoked meats" and played a song he was working on at the time.