RealTime April 2011
This coming week is filled with celebration for those who believe in the God of Israel. It is the week of Passover and it is the week of the Messiah’s Passion. Christian and Jewish communities will gather to remember and to celebrate—yet
Get the latest on the Moishe Rosen biography and find out if there will be a Jews for Jesus Passover presentation or banquet near you!
Passover begins at sundown on April 18. Click here for more info, articles, poems, events, videos and more from our Jews for Jesus website. The following “haiku” by Ruth Rosen is also a riddle for Passover. To what do you suppose it refers? Fish that cannot swim—Balls that should not bounce, on our Passover tables…
Watch Kosher Joe’s Passover episode, play the MatzaBall Fight game and download broadside for Passover.
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Answer to Passover haiku riddle: One traditional starter” dish before the Passover meal is gefilte fish. Gefilte fish don’t swim because they are not an actual species of fish; they are boiled balls or chunks of chopped fish: usually, whitefish, pike or carp. The balls are held together with egg and matzah meal, with some…