A sukkah is a temporary, hut-like dwelling built during the holiday of Sukkot. (In fact, the word sukkot is the plural of sukkah.)
The Hebrew word Haggadah means “telling,” and it refers to the service or script for the Passover seder table ritual. The Haggadah provides the order and script of the service with step-by-step instructions.
On the Jewish calendar, holidays begin in the evening, at sundown, and they continue through the next day.
On Purim, we can greet one another with “Chag Purim sameach!” (Happy Purim!)
With the caveat that we are not kombucha experts, we think kombucha is okay for Passover.
I want to make a menorah as a gift for a good friend of mine. If, due to design constraints, I cannot make the candle holders vertically uniform, would that be an issue?
Although Jewish weddings may take place on the days in between the Jewish High Holidays, it is generally discouraged because during that period, also known as the Days of Awe, we are focused on the solemn themes of the season.
According to Jewish custom, it is preferable to visit graves before a holiday, so that on the day of the holiday, we can focus attention on observing or celebrating.
A little-known holiday is Tu B'Av, a day marked by dancing and courtship.