Miriam Forman and David Simon, children of Yiddish writer Solomon Simon, remember all the humorous particulars of their Peysekh (Passover) seder growing up.
Jews around the world are preparing for Passover, which begins tonight at sundown. David Schorr fondly recalls how he used to help his grandmother clean before the holiday.
Have politics ever made a Peysekh seder tense in your family? Haim Gunner, Ottawa native, explains how he once ruined a seder.
Historian Robert Potash recalls his mother’s recipe for the perfect Peysekh matzoh sandwich.
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