*Note: Not kosher for Passover
I spent most of Passover working late nights in the lab, so I didn’t have time to do a lot of Passover cooking. 363 more words
There has been a lot of hype this year (or as much hype as anything passover inspired can garner) over the new Charoset ice cream by Ben & Jerry’s. 702 more words
Apologies for the delayed post, but times have been busy!
Most years, my family attends a passover seder. This year, however, was the first time we hosted it–in my brother’s home in DC, where my best friend and her fiancé also live (in the basement apartment-family affair, I know.) My friend and I decided to cook our first solo seder, skipping only the brisket, but making the classics. 230 more words
It was a gathering of old friends and their families last week. A mix of Christians and Jews celebrating Passover with a seder ceremony. Rich in tradition and symbolism it was an honor to take part in the journey reminding us that freedom isn’t free. 408 more words
Whether you went home this weekend for the holidays, or stayed on campus, we’re sure you ate some delicious food. The Crimson Crave has compiled a collection of pictures of meals that several members of the Harvard community enjoyed over the Easter/Passover holiday. 236 more words