The Passover Playbook with Leora Troper
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In this episode, host Rockne Roll talks with Leora Troper, the librarian of the Feldstein Library at Portland's Congregation Neveh Shalom, about haggadot - the plural of haggadah, the book that lays out the events of a Passover seder. They discuss the history and diversity of haggadot, as well as ideas for personalizing a haggadah for your own seder. The Feldstein Library at Congregation Neveh Shalom is open to the public for a small membership fee. Learn more at nevehshalom.org/feldstein-library. Haggadot.com is a great resource for getting started crafting your own haggadah. Greater Portland Hillel is looking to borrow haggadot of all kinds from Portlanders for their upcoming Pluralistic Passover Seder. If you have some you're willing to loan, email [email protected].
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