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  • Two hilarious and insightful new episodes of Holy Dazed will make this Passover the funniest ever!

    This time around “Top Chef’s” Gail Simmons, of Food & Wine Magazine, joins the crew to share her gourmet recipe for Matzah Pizza; comedian Marc Maron explains why family at the seder is important, even if it hurts; R&B singer Ari Gold brings his famous brothers, comedian Elon and composer Steven, along to join the fun in three-part harmony (we’re not kidding!); comedian Joel Chasnoff explains the almost-edible Passover phenomenon known as the macaroon; and much, much more!

    Watch Episode 01: Matzah Madness, and Episode 02: The Seder on TJC in the TJC Original Series Category. Here’s a taste from Episode 01:

    A bite from Episode 02:

    And, as a special Passover treat, here’s a clip you won’t see in the full episodes:

    Online Extra: Egyptian at the Seder – Orthodox-convert comedian Yisrael Campbell remembers the time he took his non-Jewish Egyptian first wife to the seder. Comedian Jon Fisch and author Daniel Radosh chime in.

    See clips from Holy Dazed: Chanukah

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    The Salon 30. The first woman at the helm of a Jewish denomination shares her story. Plus: what to do about Woody Allen’s films, Barbie as swimsuit covergirl, metzizah b’peh, and why women don’t give money to political candidates? With Rabbi Deborah Waxman, “the Hebrew Mamita” Vanessa Hidary and documentary filmmaker Lilly Rivlin.