matzo matzo


  • (n) brittle flat bread eaten at Passover



  1. Marilyn ate matzo balls with her new in-laws, studied Judaism and became a convert to Miller's religion.
  2. The rabbinically supervised menu includes gefilte fish and bagels and lox; there are also potato pancakes for Hanukkah and matzo-ball soup for Passover.
  3. Just before Passover last month, the Soviet government expressed its good will toward the Jews by allowing Moscow's chief rabbi to open a special matzo bakery.


  • Arizona Is Fertile Ground for New York Matzo

    Arizona’s arid wheat fields have become the frontline in the competition between two Ultra-Orthodox sects for the most rigorous standards in the production of matzo.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: New York Times

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  1. He's "kinda like the Ed McMahon of the show," Sandler said. "So Matzo, how was your flight? Airlines (are) pretty nuts lately, don't you think?"
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Adam Sandler Source: BusinessWeek

  2. Mason said in the lawsuit, "While I have the utmost respect for people who practice the Christian faith, the fact is, as everyone knows, I am as Jewish as a matzo ball or kosher salami."
    on Aug 25, 2006 By: Jackie Mason Source:

  3. "It has to be regular matzo, it can't be a flavor or all those shenanigans," says Rabbi Menachem Genack, rabbinic administrator of the Kosher Division of the Orthodox Union, which oversees the status of food products worldwide.
    on Mar 24, 2007 By: Menachem Genack Source: The Spokesman Review

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