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October 10, 2015 / 27 Tishri, 5776
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New Passover Vacation Trend: Rent a Resort Home and Hire a Chef

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Approximately 60,000 Americans and Canadians will spend more than $200 million this Passover, and many of those with enough money are hiring a chef to cook for them in rented private homes in resorts, Kosher Today reported.

Scottsdale, Arizona’s Biltmore is sold out with nearly 1,000 guests coming next week, while many other Americans will celebrate the freedom from slavery at resorts and hotels in Europe and in Israel.

Jay Buchsbaum of Kedem told Kosher Today that more people are demanding not only better foods but also upscale wines. “They no longer are solidified with the Kiddush and sweet wines; they want cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cognac and champagne.” he said.

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2 Responses to “New Passover Vacation Trend: Rent a Resort Home and Hire a Chef”

  1. Jonathan Sacks should be Mashiach.

  2. US$8000 per person to spend Pessach´s week in Whistler Canada.
    R$100000 per person to spend Pessach´s week in Brazil, and so on…
    Surprised? The Scriptures say that 4/5 of the Jews did not leave Egypt, they were burried in the dark plague. The remained leaved with great fortune in their hands (birechush gadol). Now I understand how could their descedents pay for those Pessach weeks.

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