Margul, Leo
March 2013
Baltimore Jewish Times;3/22/2013, Vol. 331 Issue 4, p51
The article offers several tips to get through a Passover Seder. It encourages Jewish people to dip bitter herbs into some saltwater, or to consume a Hillel sandwich to stay satiated during the Passover period. It recommends finding the afikomen while rearranging some stuff in the house. It also suggests Jewish people to read from the Haggadah and create sentences using a combination of popular Passver words.


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