Jewish Holidays

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  Are you prepared for the Passover Seder? Give yourself time to find the perfect Pesach Seders items. The holiday will be here before you know it.   You may also be looking for the best in kosher for Passover wines, and Israeli treats. Keep checking back at our ever-expanding repertoire before the holiday!
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The Hanukkah holiday season may be over, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up on festive meals with family and friends, full of delicious foods and fancy tableware – we have shabbat every week! Warm up this winter and make every weekend memorable for your family with this menu of 7 scrumptious shabbat recipes:
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While most of the world goes by the Gregorian calendar, Jewish holidays and time are measured in an entirely different way. The Hebrew calendar (also known as the Jewish calendar) is a lunar calendar that dates back thousands of years; many of the months and occasions that comprise the calendar can be found in the Torah.  According to the Jewish calendar, each [...]
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Kiddush, means ‘separation’ from the same root as the Hebrew for ‘holy; distinguished’. It is said before the Shabbat meals Friday night and Saturday morning, as well as the other holidays. This is not be confused with kaddish, said in a synagogue service. You will also hear this word used for certain blessings that have nothing to do with cups [...]