The Jewish holiday of Passover begins March 25th, and food is a big part of it!
More than 100 holocaust survivors gathered under one roof Sunday afternoon in Montgomery County for a pre-Passover Seder at the Merion Tribute House.
The Gershman Y is celebrating Passover with a Seder that is unlike any other you’ve seen.
A tragic fire Easter morning claims two lives in Burlington County.
Thousands of U.S. troops are away from home this holiday weekend, but that doesn’t mean they’re missing out on the traditional holiday meals.
For Jewish people around the world, the first of two nightly Passover seders is celebrated tonight.
Whether for Easter or Passover, merchants at the Reading Terminal Market are filled with suggestions for the big holiday meal.
The price of lamb has gone up in this area, so what does that mean for your holiday meal this weekend?
It’s a busy time for Classic Cake. The Port Richmond baking company is preparing holiday goodies for Easter and for Passover.
If you are needing a well-deserved break from the kitchen, here are some great places to eat kosher around town.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, the cost of corned beef has gone up by at least 25 percent in one week. Prices for Passover brisket — made from the same cut of beef — are also expected to remain high.
The event will be an artistic take on the themes of Passover, including dance, poetry, and music.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Holiday feasts are not only filling but often filled with meaning. If this premise sounds philosophical, it’s with good reason since it comes from LaSalle philosophy professor John Hymers. It’s easy to […]