Post Tagged with: "matzo"

A worker at the Lubavitch Matzah Bakery in Crown Heights wraps a bundle of shmurah matzos. (Photo courtesy of Rabbi Chaim Landa, Chabad Lubavitch, via Brooklyn Daily Eagle)

Making Matzo in Brooklyn

Brooklyn, Food, Jewish April 17, 2019 at 5:36 pm

Ahead of Passover, Brooklyn Daily Eagle looks at two kinds of matzo being produced in the borough, one made in Orthodox Jewish-run bakeries and the other by a company taking a “culturally-based” approach.

Making matzoh at Chabad of Bay Ridge (Photo by Georgine Benvenuto of Brooklyn Daily)

In Brooklyn, Learning How Matzoh is Made

Brooklyn, Food, Jewish, Traditions April 14, 2016 at 4:07 pm

As children learned how to make matzoh at the Chabad in Bay Ridge, they also learned the reason why the unleavened flatbread is consumed at Passover, Brooklyn Daily reports.

Imported Matzo Undercuts American Product

Food, Religion April 5, 2012 at 4:40 pm

In the shopping frenzy before Passover begins, cheap or free matzo is one of the ways that supermarkets draw in customers. But the rush to undercut each other on matzo givaways has led many retailers to cheap Israeli products, which has hurt American matzo manufacturers. Meanwhile, Jewish Food has a moment in high-end NYC kitchens.