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Shulkhan Orekh | The Seder Meal  

When do we eat? Now!

Woman passing salad across a crowded dinner table


Egg-sodus & the Circle of Life by Chaplain Daniel Coleman
Eggs are a symbol of health and healing. This blessing begins your meal, marking the Eggs-odus with special attention to wholeness and gratitude.


Got Kubbah? Add this Iraqi dish to your Passover Menu by Adva Chattler
Ever made Kubbah Patata? Now you can with this easy-to-follow cooking video highlighting a traditional Jewish food.


§ Curated and written by Rabbi Elyse Wechterman and Rabbi Maurice Harris. Sourced by Rabbi Michael Fessler, Tresa Grauer, Ph.D., Alison Houghton, Rabbi Maurice Harris, Jackie Land, Rabbi Alan LaPayover, Rabbi Vivie Mayer, Rabbi Isaac Saposnik, Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, Rabbi Micah Geurin Weiss, Cyd Weissman. Graphic by Rosa Cohen. Web development by Rabbi Michael Fessler.

* Music courtesy of Rabbi Micah Becker-Klein, Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Rabbi G. Rayzel Raphael, Juliet Spitzer, Rabbi Margot Stein and Rabbi Shawn Zevit. More of their music and the music of their bands, Shabbat Unplugged and Miraj, is available on SpotifyiTunes and CD Baby. Songs copyright ©Shabbat Unplugged and the Reconstructionist Press.

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