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Two of the four sons, as depicted in the Arthur Szyk Haggadah (Wikimedia Commons)

The Four Sons: Which are you?

“Of the four sons mentioned in the Haggadah — the wicked son, the simple son, the wise son and the son who doesn’t know enough to ask — which do you consider...

Hosting a seder: if only it were this composed. (Rebecca Siegel/Flickr)

Hosting a seder: If you don’t laugh, you’ll cry

PASSOVER EDITION 5777SECTION B PAGE 6 NEW YORK — The 30-day period between Purim and Passover is often fraught, especially for Jews — especially if, against all...

Alternative flours explained + recipe

One of the favorite topics here at Rocky Mountain Jew is food, and Passover is one of those times where food really matters. Suddenly a major foodstuff is removed from...

Jamie Geller's Chopped Salad a la Russe

Passover Foods: Salad à la Russe

There’s a Russian dish with the most intriguing name, which I’ve always wanted to try. “Herring under a fur coat” (“Shuba” in Russian) is a layered salad of...

Passover Foods, tested: Roasted butternut squash

Love, love, love this recipe for a simple roasted butternut squash that makes a perfect side dish to any main course. Poultry comes to mind, but any type of meat will...

Passover Foods, tested: Spinach quiche

When it comes to Passover cooking, our motto is keep it simple, clean. That means very few substitute recipes, instead making dishes that are naturally kosher for...

Passover Foods, tested: Chraime

Out tomorrow is the IJN’s annual Passover Foods section, chock full of leaven-free recipes for your holiday enjoyment! We’re busy in our test kitchen, trying a few...

Chametz party!

Let’s face it: As much as we love the uniqueness of Passover, we’ve all been feeling that hole that only chametz can fill. So on Saturday evening, when eight days of...

Seder reflections 5775

In keeping with the tradition we established two years ago, IJN staffers share some of their favorite moments and insights from this year’s seders. Let us know yours...

Pesach with the IJN

Eight days, eight nights. How to entertain oneself? We have an idea…the IJN! Three sections filled with news, Passover features, holiday recipes, and the latest...