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How to win Passover and help the St. Louis Jewish Light at the same time

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Remember the cozy tradition of matzah pajamas? Well, they’re back and better than ever. Rabbi Yael Buechler introduced her beloved matzah pajamas to our readers in 2021, after she was inspired by her youngest son’s adorable choice of “matzah pajamas” during the pandemic.

After we wrote about her pajamas, she received such a great response from St. Louis readers that she is not only offering a 20% discount, but she is also donating 20% of all sales from Morning Light readers to the Jewish Light.

To order, just click here. All you need is the coupon promo code JLight.

But wait, there’s more!

This year, Buechler is bringing two new exciting additions to elevate your seder festivities:

Dreamy Afikomen Bag ($24):

This glamorous afikomen bag is a dream come true for any matzah enthusiast. Bright, fun and utterly fabulous, it adds a touch of sparkle to your Passover traditions, making the search for the afikomen even more exciting.

Jelly Fruit Slices Afikomen Bag ($24):

Say goodbye to bland Passover desserts. This jelly fruit slices afikomen bag adds a burst of color and sweetness to your seder table. Modern and vibrant, it’s sure to make the hunt for the afikomen a “fruitful” experience.

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About the Contributor
Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content Officer
Jordan worked at KSDK from 1995 to 2020. Jordan is a three-time Emmy award winner who produced every kind of show from news to specials during his tenure, creating Show Me St. Louis, The Cardinal Nation Show. He started ksdk.com in 2001 and won three Edward R. Murrow Awards for journalistic and website excellence in 2010, 2014 and 2020. Jordan has been married for 25 years and is the father of two college students. He is an avid biker, snowboarder, and beer lover. He created the blog drink314.com, focusing on the St. Louis beer community in 2015. Jordan has an incredible and vast knowledge of useless information and is the grandson of a Cleveland bootlegger.