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Matzah Ball Salt & Pepper Shaker Set
Matzah Ball Salt & Pepper Shaker Set
The Jewish holiday of Passover (or Pesach) is a celebration of the Exodus of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt over 3,000 years ago. To commemmorate this historic event, each year, on the 15th day in the Hebrew month of Nisan, Jews around the world gather at a ceremonial meal called the Seder. Prominently featured is a simple, unleavened bread called Matzah which looks similar to a cracker. Matzah symbolizes the haste with which the Jewish people fled from Egypt - for the dough they had prepared for bread did not have time to rise before they began their journey to the promised land. In modern times, we grind up those matzahs and using the crumbs (and eggs!) we make fluffly, delicious matzah balls which are perfect in chicken soup. Decorate your Passover Seder table in style with these small ceramic look-alikes - 2" diameter Matzoh ball salt and pepper shakers. The set comes boxed, gift-giving ready.
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