Passover is an eight-day festival where Jews mark the exodus from slavery in ancient Egypt.
We are marking Passover on The Couch with a special treat from our friends at the William Greenberg Bakery on the Upper East Side.
Jeff Nathan is executive chef and co-owner of Abigael’s on Broadway, the world’s largest Kosher restaurant. He joined us on The Couch with a great Passover recipe, Mango-Date Haroset.
Some in the Orthodox Jewish community are upset that a public reminder not to feed the ducks and geese in Prospect Park includes a reference to Passover.
Celebrate Passover with your loved ones with these sweets, holiday specials and family-friendly events in New York City.
At Masbia Soup Kitchen in Flatbush, the line was out the door on Thursday as those in need picked up Passover essentials like matzo and kosher wine.
She’s the so-called Queen of Kosher! Just in time for Passover, Jamie Geller joins us to make tri-color matzo ball soup.
It may be a religious tradition that is thousands of years old, but there is nothing old-fashioned about Passover, which starts this coming Monday evening.
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The blockbuster Hollywood sequel has already started filming around the area, but upcoming plans to swing through Brooklyn are under fire.
On Long Island, being poor doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on celebrating the Jewish exodus from slavery in Egypt this Passover.
We have your guide to Kosher-friendly restaurants and recipes, as well as tips to finding the perfect Seder for your family.
Passover starts at sundown Friday. For many Jewish people, that means no eating bread for the next eight days.
At sundown Friday, Jews across the Tri-State Area will sit down and celebrate the holiday of Passover. The holiday celebrates the Jewish people’s exodus from slavery in Egypt.
The recent deadly attack at a Jewish school in Toulouse, France has prompted an extra layer of vigilance in New York City ahead of the eight-day Jewish holiday of Passover.