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Mar 14 2013

Passover Shopping Guide: Gifts for the Seder Host

By at 12:36 pm

If you’re not hosting your own seder but attending someone else’s this year, it’s a nice gesture to bring a little host gift. After all, they are feeding you tons of food, pouring a lot of wine, and retelling the entire Exodus story. That’s a lot to be thankful for! Here are some of our favorite gift ideas.

The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook ($35) Remind them that soon, they won’t have to make everything with matzah meal. Deb Perelman of The Smitten Kitchen recently came out with a very popular cookbook and everything looks ah-maz-ing.

smitten kitchen cookbook

Yiddish Wisdom Coasters ($18) These bright and colorful coasters have popular Yiddish sayings like “One friend is better than 10 relatives” and “Man plans and God laughs.” Read the rest of this entry →

Mar 13 2013

Passover Shopping Guide: Choosing a Haggadah

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happy passover haggadah

Seder plate? Check. Matzah? Check. Actual text you need to read at the seder?

Oh yeah. If you’re looking for a great haggadah to guide your family through the Passover seder, here are our favorite picks.

1. A Happy Passover Haggadah ($29.94) This is definitely one of the most aesthetically pleasing haggadot we’ve seen, and it’s perfect for the whole family. With both Hebrew and English illustrated with bright bold colors, this hardcover book is a great addition to the seder. Read the rest of this entry →

Mar 12 2013

Passover Shopping Guide: Matzah Options

By at 12:31 pm

If you’re shopping for Passover, you know you need some matzah, but there’s actually quite the variety out there. Whether you’re looking for classic, gluten-free, or chocolate-covered, we’ve narrowed down our favorite matzah options to make it all the more easy for you. Enjoy!

1. Yehuda Matzah ($27.50) The classic, imported from Israel.yehuda matzah

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Mar 7 2013

Passover Shopping Guide 2013: Setting the Seder Table

By at 5:01 pm

Once you’ve got the seder plate covered, there’s still a few more things you might need for your seder table. Take a look through some of our favorite items available today, like multi-purpose kiddish cups and matzah-themed everything. Happy shopping!

1. Michael Aram Wisteria Kiddish Cup ($85) This beautiful stainless steel kiddish cup is a work of art for your Passover table.

wisteria kiddish cup

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Mar 6 2013

Passover Shopping Guide: Keeping Kids Entertained at the Seder

By at 3:24 pm

If getting the kids through dinner on a regular night is hard, Passover dinner is a whole different beast. The seder is long, you can see and smell the food but you aren’t supposed to eat it yet, and all the adults are drinking too much wine. Enter these invaluable little items, all Passover-approved and ready to keep the kids occupied.

1. Inflatable Pharaoh Punching Bag Pack of 3 ($27.50) Help them get out all that ancient frustration (and give their siblings a break from torment).

inflatable pharaoh punching bag

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Mar 5 2013

Seder Plate Shopping Guide for Passover 2013

By at 9:33 am

Passover is coming, and you don’t know where to start? If you’re planning on hosting a seder this year and bubbe’s hand me down seder plate just isn’t cutting it, check out our favorite plates for this year. From classic to funky to three dimensional, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

1. Karma Seder Plate ($250) This beauty is elegant and not Passover-specific, which means you can use it for the rest of the year, too.karma seder plate

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