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Party Passover Games Are Fun
When celebrating the exodus from Egypt, Passover games will add some fun to the occasion. On the first two nights there is a Passover Party seder, and the story is retold from the Haggadah. During the duration of Passover, it is forbidden to eat Chametz (leavening).
A Wine Lover's Weekly Review Of $10 Wines - A Kosher For Passover French Cabernet Sauvignon
Not very long ago we reviewed a French Kosher wine costing less than $10. Now we are reviewing the same producer's Cabernet Sauvignon, just in time for Passover. As you may remember, the Skalli family started in the wine business during the 1920s in Algeria. From Corsica they went to southern France in 1961, where they were among the first to produce single variety wines instead of blends. The Skallis make wine in the Languedoc region of southwestern France as well as in the Rhone Valley, Provence, Corsica, and Napa Valley, California. Towards the end of November, 2011 many but not all of their wine interests were purchased by Boisset Family Estates. Our companion wine is a Napa County Cabernet Sauvignon, also Kosher for Passover, costing a ...
A Closer Look At The Different Sumptuous Passover Desserts
It is another Passover approaching near and most of the houses are making minds to come up with some sumptuous and mouth watering Passover desserts. The eight day celebration of passover is recognized by many things, but these desserts and the amazing dietary rules that are to be followed add to the celebration fever. The Passover starts from March 29 and ends on April 6 and in this time span one has to eat staple food items made up of wheat, barley, oats, rye and corn.