Tag: Passover

New Flavors to Spice Up Your Passover and Beyond

Contrary to the pressure we often put on ourselves to achieve perfection in what we prepare and serve… it helps to keep in mind that Passover is not meant to be a performance.

A New Haggadah from Marcia Falk

Falk’s new Haggadah brings us life-saving steps in the right direction: she retains some of the original patriarchal conceits, jettisons others, and makes the Haggadah personal and very accessible.

From the Margins to the Center of the Cosmos

Reaching from the stars to the very earthly matters of Judaism, gender, race, and dismantling the patriarchy, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein in conversation with Carolivia Herron.

Beyond Exodus: A Psalm for Juneteenth

As I imagine (the way I do as an artist), what freedom meant in 1865 in Galveston, while simultaneously reflecting on what it means to me today, I invite you to celebrate the freedom, brilliance, and resilience of Black people

Seder-Masochism: Beyond the Orange and Miriam’s Cup

By now these items are standard fare at a feminist seder – the once transgressive orange on the Seder Plate; Miriam’s cup of clear, life-giving water next to Elijah’s cup of blood red wine. But wait! Most of us have yet to dig beneath the God and Moses Exodus story, even with Aviva Cantor’s “Jewish… Read more »

Jamaican Kosher Oxtail Stew with a Yemeni Twist

As a person of Native American, Jamaican, and Southeast Asian descent—and Jewish!–I have taken my mother and father’s oxtail recipes and elevated them, with a Kosher twist.