Passover Recap

For those who will be attending their first Seder, or are curious as to why their Jewish friends are going out of their minds ultra-cleaning and mega-cooking, here are some FAQ links about this 8 day holiday.

Also, here are links to my Passover recipes.   If I had to pick one item as my favorite, I'd have to select two. The first is the strawberry smoothie because it's so easy and tasty that I drink it all year long. The other is the Truffle Tart with Macaroon Crust, because it's relatively simple to make, yet delicious and fancy enough-looking to serve at a Seder.

No, make that three, three favorites. This one has never even been posted it's so simple. Matzoh pizza. Break a matzoh board in half, slop some sauce on each, sprinkle with the grated cheese of your choice and broil for a minute or two. Simple!  Have a zissen pesach!

Passover Recap   
Note -- some of the posts refuse to load their photos.  When I get home from CA I'll fix the problem.

Passover Chicken Soup

Claude Monet's Leek and Potato Soup

Spring Vegetable Soup (photos not loading)

Braised Beef

Baked Breast of Chicken (no photos)

Baked Flounder with Almond-Matzoh Stuffing (photos not loading)

Honeyed Carrots

Quinoa with Onions and Pine Nuts

Potato Au Gratin

Potato and Egg Frittata (photos not loading)

Apple-Almond Cake

Strawberry Smoothie

Aunt Carol's Cheese Kugel

Almond-Olive Oil Tuilles

Lower-Fat Chocolate Panna Cotta

Passover Truffle Tart with Macaroon Crust

Passover Angel Food Cake (photos not loading)


kathleen said…
hello There, thank you for the great quality of your blog,
and the inspiration to love healthy foods each time i come
here, i’m amazed.


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