I can’t believe that it is almost time for Passover again! Are you sure it isn’t January? This year is whirling by!
Passover is the celebration of God taking the Jews out of Egypt! The final plague was the Angel of Death taking the lives of the first borns in Egyptian households. Jewish homes that had the lamb’s blood on the door frame was passed over untouched. Get it? Passed over, Passover;)!
Are you celebrating Passover this year? Do you need some resources? Well, let me share a few!
Aish.com has great resources for all Jewish holidays, not just Passover! I always find great recipes, poignant pieces, and videos over there. A key post of theirs on Passover is Haggadah: An Introduction.
Another resource isn’t really information but food! I am now gluten free so Yehuda’s Gluten Free Matzo page is pretty awesome. You can see all the gluten free Passover options and order from them if you want to (but I have seen the boxes of matzo at Whole Foods). But when it comes to the actual Seder dinner the Chabad has a piece on what kind of matzo is really acceptable (it seems complicated).
Do you have a Haggadah? Looking for one you would like more? Uncle Eli has a kids version. I wouldn’t use it alone but it is entertaining and would print it for the kids to have at their seats. Looking for something a little more mature;)? Check out About.com’s Judaism page. They have a ton of options and a summary about each one.
There are some resources to get you going! Anything else you are looking for? Let me know in the comments and I will see what I have for you.
Jacqueline Cromwell is just a nerdy mom (thus she is NerdMom on Twitter) who has many weird a diverse interests! She stays busy homeschooling her four kids, writing three blogs and being a social media consultant! Her life philosophy is that she feels that anyone can do anything they want to learn to do. She enjoy sharing her opinions and equipping other do things like save money, school their children and cook! You can find her at The NerdFamily Blog, NerdFamily Food, NerdFamily Things or on her Facebook page.