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March 19, 2010

JTA’s Passover Blog: Questions/Answers/Observations

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JTA

By now you’re probably up to your neck in Passover planning. I wanted to let you know about a new section on JTA. org that might make it easier and even more enjoyable (you are having a good time, right?).

We’re trying something different this year: The Passover Blog. You’ll find advice, recipes and other Pesach-related news and information, among many JTA features.  Plus, the blog offers a rolling, frequently-updated collection of the best Pesach content, commentary and video from around the Web.

And, we want your input, too!  Send questions, suggestions, family stories or anything else you feel like sharing to passovertips.  Just the other day we received an e-mail from a reader who needed a suggestion for a main dish for vegetarians. We put her question up on The Passover Blog, and in a short period of time two other readers had provided her with some suggestions.

OK, now back to your cleaning, cooking and packing.

Happy Passover!

Ami Eden
Editor in Chief

P.S. This blog and all of JTA’s reporting is funded in large part by support from our readers.  If you’ve found something interesting or useful on JTA.org so far this year, we could really use a donation to help keep the stories coming.  Click here to give to JTA.

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