A Tom Thumb rabbi and a blood libel.
And the traditional importance of Maimonides’ principles of faith.
A communal, and often political, ritual that was commonplace for a few decades.
And told customers not to buy its products on Passover.
Lugging suitcases or large woven bags—anything big enough to hold a carton of matzah without raising suspicion—tens of thousands made their way to underground bakeries.
Praying for an unseen land.
Egypt and Bergen-Belsen.
We owe a legacy of anger to the past.
What the story of General Mills’ newly gluten-free cereal tells us about the food we eat—and don’t—at Passover.
Pure, not simple.