HaHaggadah_COVERFor more than 10 years now, I’ve been hosting Passover seders with a twist: We laugh. Not that oppression and brick-shaping are particularly funny. But after years of arid ceremonies and pasty matzoh balls and the same old same old, I struck out with my own Passover haggadah, which I called the Ha-Haggadah. Besides, I’ve had mostly Reformish Jews, non-Jews, and kids around my table, and we needed some kind of “hook” to keep folks engaged.

My Ha-Haggadah has evolved each year with timely updates and references. Hashtags, even. And NOW you can read it on your phone or tablet! Just like in olden times!

So if you are apprehensive about a seder in your near future, consider purchasing a copy — it would be a mitzvah! (And it’s even better the second night!)

Please click here to purchase. (The PDF will be emailed to you shortly after purchase confirmation.) Details:

  • 15-page PDF
  • You may print copies for your seder guests or share the file for guests to view on their own devices, but please… keep it in the family. Distributing it beyond your table is just not kosher, you know?
  • The PDF looks great on your iPad/tablet!


And please “Like” the Ha-haggadah on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/hahaggadah

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