Sponge Cake

Sponge Cake

Sponge Cake-Because they can be made using matzoh cake meal instead of flour, sponge cakes have long been favorite Passover desserts. This recipe, which is brought to us by senior producer Lisa Wagner, was first prepared by Lisas grandmother Rea. l-chiam

How to make the most beautiful potatoes you'll ever eat! Potato roses are as delicious as they are gorgeous. A wonderful party side-dish.

Potato roses

How to make the most beautiful potatoes you'll ever eat! Potato roses are as delicious as they are gorgeous. A wonderful party side-dish.

A touch of warming spice and a dash of orange zest make these simple roasted carrots a perfect autumn or winter side dish. Delicious!

Roasted carrots with ginger and orange

A touch of warming spice and a dash of orange zest make these simple roasted carrots a perfect autumn or winter side dish. Delicious!

This scalloped potato roast is simple to make, and a great prepare-ahead side dish. Rosemary & garlic make it fragrant and delicious. Tuck in!

Garlic & rosemary scalloped potato roast

This scalloped potato roast is simple to make, and a great prepare-ahead side dish. Rosemary & garlic make it fragrant and delicious. Tuck in!

LAMB Kleftiko ~ combination of tomatoes, red pepper, potatoes & garlic

Lamb Kleftiko

This is not your grandma's Seder meal.

15 Modern Passover Recipes for Your Seder Feast

This is not your grandma's Seder meal.

This kosher gluten-free Pistachio and Strawberry Roll is a light dessert perfect after the heavy Seder meal for Passover. It does require freezing, so plan ahead.

Kosher Gluten-Free Pistachio and Strawberry Roll

This kosher gluten-free Pistachio and Strawberry Roll is a light dessert perfect after the heavy Seder meal for Passover. It does require freezing, so plan ahead.

Deliciously seasoned Spanish Chicken and Rice – a dish you just have to try.   This is a pretty quick dish to put together, the chicken is so tender and has a flavorsome seasoning and the rice is just amazing pack with lots of veggies and never from a packet. Once you try this rice,...Read More »

Syn Free Spanish Chicken and Rice

Deliciously seasoned Spanish Chicken and Rice – a dish you just have to try. This is a pretty quick dish to put together, the chicken is so tender and has a flavorsome seasoning and the rice is just amazing pack with lots of veggies and never from a packet. Once you try this rice,...Read More »

All of these recipes sound good, but I really want to try the charoset as a breakfast spread (or fruit dip).

Healthy Passover Recipes

All of these recipes sound good, but I really want to try the charoset as a breakfast spread (or fruit dip).

Liturgical Year : Activities : The Seder Meal as a Christian Home Celebration: Preparing and Celebrating the Holy Thursday Meal - Catholic Culture

Liturgical Year : Activities : The Seder Meal as a Christian Home Celebration: Preparing and Celebrating the Holy Thursday Meal - Catholic Culture

Preparing for the Seder Meal Checklist | Real Simple

Preparing for the Seder Meal Checklist

Preparing for the Seder Meal Checklist | Real Simple

This is not your grandma's Seder meal.

15 Modern Passover Recipes for Your Seder Feast

This is not your grandma's Seder meal.

How we start every seder meal - Chimichurri romaine spoons

Chimichurri Romaine Spoons

An Elegant Passover Menu  Caterer Abigail Kirsch offers a seder meal of updated classics, plus do-ahead tips

The Classic Passover Seder Menu Everyone Will Love

An Elegant Passover Menu Caterer Abigail Kirsch offers a seder meal of updated classics, plus do-ahead tips

There are almost as many ways to make charoset as there are Jews who eat it on Passover. And if word gets out about how good this stuff can be, it won’t be just a Passover treat.A no-bake sweet that can be chopped rough, pulverized into a smooth paste, or made anywhere in-between, charoset is served during the rituals before the Seder meal, but it certainly tastes like a dessert.The origins and symbolism of charoset are disputed of course; it is, after all, a Jewish food and there is…

Slightly Spicy Sephardic Charoset

There are almost as many ways to make charoset as there are Jews who eat it on Passover. And if word gets out about how good this stuff can be, it won’t be just a Passover treat.A no-bake sweet that can be chopped rough, pulverized into a smooth paste, or made anywhere in-between, charoset is served during the rituals before the Seder meal, but it certainly tastes like a dessert.The origins and symbolism of charoset are disputed of course; it is, after all, a Jewish food and there is…

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