A shared meal is at the heart of any Passover celebration as the Passover Seder commemorates the ancient Israelites flight from slavery in Egypt. Various dishes represent Passover events, and while dessert isn’t a symbolic course, no Seder or Passover celebration is complete without it. “Room can always be found in one’s stomach for sweet things,” says the Talmud — especially during Passover.
Dining Out For Life returns to Seattle on Thursday, April 26 for its amazing 19th year! When you dine at a participating restaurant, food retailer, or bakery on this day, up to 50% of your purchase is donated to the Lifelong AIDS Alliance and the fight against illness and hunger in the community!
Challah is a shabbat favorite in Jewish homes, but many people enjoy the slightly sweet, braided egg bread with dinner or for breakfast as french toast or with jam. Here are some of our favorite local bakeries where you can find this delicious traditional bread.
Got some hungry little cookie monsters at your house? Head to downtown Seattle this Saturday for the 2011 CookieFest at Macy’s where local bakeries have batches of fun for you!