Tu b’Shevat is coming up at the end of the month and although it is a holiday that is not well known in the US, it is increasing in popularity.
For the second year in a row I didn’t plan on having a first night seder but then did. Although I had been mulling over a new look for my
Regular readers of Chai & Home know I’m a big fan of blue Staffordshire china so I was excited to see Barbara Shaw Gifts building out this ‘Haggadah’ line for Passover
Remember when I launched my Tree of Life coloring poster and I said there would be more on the way? Well, here are some coloring options I’ve designed for Passover
Once it was becoming evident that my new dining room for Passover wasn’t materializing, a dear friend of mine stepped in and offered her house. We’ve been having gorgeous seders together for
Martha Stewart didn’t invent perfect to make us all feel inferior. For Jews, perfection has been an important observance concept for millennia. The Torah must be written perfectly or the scribe must
It’s hard to bring something new to Pesach when our people have been doing it for thousands of years. This is particularly true for the boiled egg. But maybe this
Some really new and interesting products this year for Pesach. Here are my favorites: AFIKOMAN T-SHIRTS These make great party favor “rewards” and can motivate participation in your Pesach seder.
Jews Celebrating Passover. Lubok, XIXth century It can be quite a daunting thing to moderate a seder if you haven’t done it before. I started running the seder for my