It’s an understatement to say that Easter and Passover will be celebrated somewhat differently this year. But many of us are searching for at least a few snippets of our annual traditions to mark the occasions.

Families that have held huge gatherings every year are adjusting to having just a handful of people present, but one way of bringing everyone together, at least in spirit, is to make traditional sweets to share with those who can’t be there.

Bernice Torregrossa:

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