The University's Hillel Campus Center for Jewish Life was bustling Sunday afternoon as people clutching steaming pots with kitchen mitts carefully ladled matzah balls into heated tin containers.
This was the first annual matzah ball soup cook-off, celebrating one of the common Jewish meals served during Passover. During the eight-day holiday, which ends Tuesday night, custom dictates that Jewish people can't eat any sort of leavened bread.
"Basically I live on matzah with jelly, matzah with butter and chocolate covered matzah for dessert," said Molly Levinson, a freshman from Norcross.
Read the full story>>