Sure, they roll around at the same time every year, but somehow it’s still easy to be caught off-guard. Never again! Whether you’re planning ahead or at the very last minute, these handy holiday guides will help you make the most of your celebrations all year long.

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If You See a Yellow Cap on Coca-Cola, This Is What It Means

Find out what yellow cap Coke bottles mean and why they appear only once a year.

How I’m Celebrating Passover in the Age of Coronavirus

Social distancing rules are upending some Passover holiday traditions but also creating new ones.

What Is Passover and Why Is It Celebrated?

Every spring, Jewish people around the world prepare for Passover. If you're wondering what makes this holiday different from all...

What Is Gefilte Fish? Plus 14 Modern Ways to Make it at Home

Whether you've never heard of the dish before or you grew up eating it, here's everything you ever wanted to...

12 Hacks to Make Matzah Less Boring During Passover

Passover is a wonderful holiday with a rich history, but if you're not thrilled at the prospect of eating matzah...

The Traditional Foods of Passover

The Traditional Foods of Passover Seder PlateHere is an example of a traditional plate used only on Passover. From the

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Brisket with Cranberry Gravy

A combination of cranberry sauce and tomato sauce provides a sweet flavor to this dish.