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matzo

, matzoh, matza, matzah
a brittle very thin biscuit of unleavened bread, traditionally eaten during Passover

Matzo

 

(Unleavened Bread) thin wafer of unleavened dough; Jews eat matzos during Passover instead of leavened bread, which is prohibited at that time.

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Even now, thinking of the chopped liver, the matzoh balls, the smoked meat, the apple cherry squares, and the rugelach makes my mouth start to water.
Washington, Apr 3 (ANI): Chicken soup with matzoh balls can help combat high blood pressure, say researchers.
This expansion of a self-published family cookbook includes not just the expected, much-loved traditional items like Challah, Matzoh Balls, Rugelach and Latkes, but also modern recipes like Thai Vegetable Salad, Roasted Corn and Mango Salsa, and Rice Paper-Wrapped Sea Bass.
From the march out of slavery to children dancing in the Promised Land, its bold panels declare such themes as "abolish child slavery" to the communal breaking of matzoh.
His desk is piled high with four tall mounds of papers, gradually merging into one another, along with miniature rubber Gumby and Pokey figures, a couple of green pins that say 'Waiting for Gore,' and, in deference to the Passover holiday, an oversized zip-lock bag of whole wheat matzoh.
the Elder, who Passover custom of sandwiching a mixture apples and spices between two matzoh with bitter herbs.
We celebrated Passover each spring more as a cultural rite (waiting impatiently for the matzoh ball soup as Grandpa davenned the Hagadah), wore suits and ties on the High Holy Days in the fall ("out of respect," my mother said, and, boy, was it a scandal in the apartment house when my friend Mitchell was seen heading for the playground on Yom Kippur in dungarees), and the boys suffered through endless early evenings in Cheder, paying dues toward that one Saturday morning when the bar mitzvah boy would be called to read from the Haftorah (when the congregation would be outnumbered by friends and relatives whose synagogue experiences were usually limited to such occasions).
The pic looks good, and Antonio Pinto's music is affecting, but Todd Komarnicki's script thinks it's far smarter than it is--the pseudo-profundity runs thick and rich, and what should be killer lines land like matzoh balls dropped off a 30-story building.
Ceremonial foods and a full course meal with vegetarian matzoh ball soup, gefilte fish, vegetarian main course, tzimmes, salad and dessert will be included.
From a New Orleans Danish pastry bread pudding to a Matzoh Souffle and a Blueberry Bread Pudding, these offer ease and appeal alike.
Final projects included a water scooper, an Easter Bunny, and "Go-Lem, the Matzoh Robot.