Looking to the shmurah matzah
, Rabbi Fogelman said there is an important lesson to be learned on this high religious holiday about humility and humbleness.
When the Hebrews left Egypt they went with their minimal belongings, they baked some bread for the journey, placed it on their backs to bake and because it didn't rise, it became Matzah
is a large, flat cracker that is made of flour and water and is typically eaten during Passover.
Especially enticing is the "touch and feel" aspects, whereby youngsters can see and touch the shiny, sticky drops of wine, and feel the leather of the Hagada (Haggadah), the bumpy matza (matzah
), and the silky matzah
I have a Haggada with a ruler printed on the binding to enable one to measure the precise size of the matzah
one eats at the Seder; some people play "beat-the-clock" at the Seder, cramming a huge "olive's bulk" of Matzah
into their mouths before a brief time expires.
Or, that in 1942, matzah
for the Passover holiday was made in Ireland by using old copper pennies notched along the edges to prickle the surface of the unleaven bread.
Gerry Cohn, Matzah
Rising Farm, Snow Camp, North Carolina.
Take for instance the two best selling t-shirts: "Biker's with Matzah
Balls," and "100% Kosher All Beef Biker.
Asks Every Jew to Fight Anti-Semitism 'One Matzah
at a Time' --
The three-course Seder will include homemade meal options including a mesclun and arugula salad, roasted beet salad, choice of matzah
ball and potato leek soups, braised prime beef brisket, chicken breast Marsala, Moroccan salmon, scrumptious desserts, the traditional four cups of wine, soft drinks and full-service bar.
And my untraditional latkes (I use pancake mix instead of matzah
meal, and have been known to add sweet potatoes to one version, grated carrots and beets to another) might not be up to the family tradition.
as if written by Walt Whitman bloated on matzah