The Chabad house serves students kosher lunches and dinners during Passover.
Jeremy Hershey-Nexon and Daniel Brick enjoy a kosher Passover dinner Tuesday at the Chabad house. During Passover, the Chabad house is open to students for lunch and dinner.
The kitchen at the Chabad house is kosher for Passover. Among other things, this means cleaning the house of chametz, which are leavened foods that cannot be consumed during the duration of the Passover holiday. Tin foil covers the kitchen in order to make sure the kosher food doesn't touch areas where nonkosher food has been prepared.
Avremi Lapine, rabbi of the Orthodox congregation in Columbia, speaks with MU sophomore Jeremy Hershy-Nexon over a Passover meal Tuesday at the Chabad house.