Obviously the matzo was used like dominos.
“May the Afikoman be ever in your favor!”
“This tastes like Manischewitz!”
Good food. Good meat. Good G-d, let’s eat!
Sometimes matzoh just isn’t enough.
Can’t we all just agree that matzoh is actually not good?
Seriously, when does the food happen?
Plus, an ingenious new use for matzo. (This post is an excerpt from the forthcoming book Eat More Better: How To Make Every Bite More Delicious.)
It’s time to add a new voice to your rendition of Dayenu.
“Yes, Bubbe, chicken counts as meat.”
On this Tumblr, RuPaul leads a tribe of queens to the promised land. Sashay Moses!
These mistakes are worse than the plagues. Maybe.
Passover is going to be loooong, you guys.
The Jews didn’t wander the desert for all those years just so you could make schmaltzless matzoh balls. Do it right.
The Jewish dating site guarantees this amended Haggadah — the Jewish text that tells the story of Passover — will make your Seder “the talk of the town through the end of 5773.” Check it out…before you toss your Chametz!
Did you know there’s a Haggadah for Buddhists? And hip hop fans?
Matzoh may be kosher for Passover, but that doesn’t mean it tastes good. (Think cardboard.) Here are a few alternatives.
Nobody explained the story of Passover to ignorant gentiles better than Tommy Pickles and his grandpa Boris. Although, I will admit that I’m still a little confused about why ancient egyptians used babies as slaves.
JDate Haggadah is an eBook version of, well, the Haggadah. It also answers the question you never knew you had: what would Moses’ online dating profile look like?
Isn’t it time you settled down with a nice kosher chocolate cake?
No no no no no no no no no.
Everyone loves to hate on matzoh, but it knows how to get down. Really!
From last night’s “Daily Show.”
Today, powerful people on both sides of the aisle took to Twitter to wish their followers happy Passover, Easter — and other things.
A “technical error” caused a pre-recorded Passover greeting from Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk to go out to his Cleveland congregants at 2:00 A.M rather than 2:00 P.M. Needless to say, the members of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple were not pleased. But the apology email’s post-script makes up for everything.
A play on words so terrible, it’s wonderful.
In honor of the first night of Passover, here are some Matzah people for you to enjoy.
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To celebrate Passover, NachosNY has created a Matzah-themed nachos recipe & instructional video for a badass Nacho Seder plate.
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What morning shows need to be: Kathie Lee and Hoda take shots of kosher tequila — complete with lime and salt chaser.
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