Merry Pesach! (With Handy Passover Tip)

If you celebrate Passover, have a good seder. If not, I hope the Great Matzo Ball brings you lots of gifts anyway. And here's a helpful video about matzah:

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OK, my religious education is deficient. Is splitting the matzah in half exactly a concern to all Jews everywhere, or just to the all-powerful Japanese Jewish community?

By Michael Schmidt (not verified) on 02 Apr 2007 #permalink

I was so excited. The Great Matzo Ball brought me the new piano I've always wanted...unfortunately, all the notes play a little flat...