Purim is a celebration with something for everyone – an exciting story with the reading of the Megilla , mishloach manot , or the exchanging of delicacies to friends and neighbors, the festive Purim seudah (meal) with plenty of food and wine, costumes and laughter. But there’s...
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Tag: Mishloach Manot
February 13, 2013 | 8:40 am
March 16, 2000 | 7:00 pmWhen the Jews of ancient Persia celebrated their unlikely salvation from Haman with gifts of food to each other, they probably didn't go for the tropical-themed basket with gummy fish, rock candy and dried papaya, wrapped in a sweep of turquoise cellophane.
Clearly, the holiday...