Faces & Places At The Matzah Factory

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This year on March 11, the annual Barbara and Douglas Bloom Matzah Factory moved to Yad Ezra in Berkley, where participants not only learned about how to make matzah, but also made their own to take home. They also had fun planting dill in hand-decorated containers for their seder tables, taking part in Master Chef activities and helping Yad Ezra by sorting food. The program is done in partnership between the PJ Library, JCC Detroit and Bais Chabad of West Bloomfield.

Elya Silfen of West Bloomfield explains how matzah is made.
Aliza Ungar, 7, of Southfield planted dill to bring to her family seder.
Levi Blumstein, 6, of West Bloomfield colors a towel that will bear his handprint.
Evan Rodgers, 4, of Oak Park gets his handprint on his towel.
Matthew Stern, 3, of Bloomfield Hills scores his matzah dough.
Yosef Litenatsky, 9, of Oak Park works on his matzah.

Check out this video all about the Matzah Factory.

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