Hello, I’m Russ Handler with a couple tips
on how to celebrate a successful Passover, or in Hebrew, Pesach. Now this is a very,
very traditionally interesting holiday for all of us Jews. We love to get together with
the family and friends, and it’s specifically symbolic of the Jews exodus out of Egypt over
three thousand years ago. So, it is very, very important. A couple things you’ll need
to know as you carry on with the article next to us. First of all, you might want to consider
a Seder plate as the one I have here. This is a very fine piece, this came from Israel.
But if you don’t have something as fancy as this, you don’t necessarily need one. A paper
plate will do. Remember, this holiday is about you and about the family, and the telling
of the story of the exodus of the Jews out of Egypt about three thousand years ago, or
rather more than. So, it’s not about being fancy, but keep in mind, you’ve got to get
rid of some stuff. Some of the prohibited foods are listed off to the side. To a certain
extent you can get rid of them, altogether, in the house. In another case, you might want
to consider them, just putting them in a storage bin and hiding them somewhere. Let’s not get
too out of control about this. Depending on your level of devotion to the holiday, you
are definitely entitled to plan your own Seder in any way, shape, or form that you please.
So, whether it’s a fancy Seder plate or paper plate, just keep in mind the rules next to
us, in this article are very important and use them liberally to your satisfaction. I’m
Russ Handler and there’s your latest tip on Passover.