Tag: seder

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.

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 »

Food for Thought on Passover

Let’s create new rituals and weave our food deprivations into our holistic understanding of what this Seder is and what it represents.

I Attended a Jews for Jesus Seder in France: Here’s How It Went

I hadn’t contemplated what Jewish life abroad might look like or the compromises I might make. The landscape was that of Cezanne and Van Gogh, cobblestone streets, the ubiquitous skinny baguettes tucked under the arm. The seder, however, had an agenda.