This week, during Passover, Jewish communities everywhere will gather together to retell one of the oldest tales in the world: the biblical story of Exodus.
When you take bread off the table, what goes on yours? Award-winning cookbook author Joan Nathan has a few ideas.
Tonight, once again, families throughout Kansas City will gather together and reflect on a simple question: “Why is this night different?”
At this week's Passover Seders, Jews around the world lay out ceremonial meals. There's parsley or radishes to represent spring rebirth, and horseradish to show the bitterness of slavery.
As Orthodox Rabbi Tzvi Fischer shows me at the People's Farmer's Market in southeast Portland, Ore., those vegetables, and the critters inside them, bring their own theological issues.