Tag Archives: passover

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Chocolate Matzah Crunch

Why do we seem to crave chocolate at this time of year? Not sure, but it seems that we do. Maybe it's the notion that chocolate can make almost anything taste better ... especially bland matzah?!
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Spaghetti Squash Souffles

Spaghetti Squash = Nature's Noodles. A wonderful alternative to flour laden pasta, especially if you are gluten-free, following a Paleo lifestyle, are trying to incorporate more vegetables into your diet, or are looking for food alternatives during the [long] week of Passover!! I don't think you can go wrong with these ...
macaroon on plate w coconut

Coconut Macaroons

You gotta' love coconut if you're going to love these macaroons. If you do love coconut then these are the cookies for you!! Unlike most of the macaroons I've tasted for Passover, these are not terribly sweet -- such a nice change ...
almond crisp - rack & parch

Seriously Simple, Virtually Foolproof, Almond Cookies

This is one of those ingenious recipes: loved for its few ingredients and lack of complexity. And huge flavor. It's quick to prepare, hard to mess up ...
eggs - done

Roasted Eggs

When I think of Passover and food for the Seder table, one of the first things that comes to mind are these unusually beautiful roasted eggs. Eggs, being so symbolic, deserve to be presented in some special way. Oven roasting them results in egg shells beautifully colored ...
Flourless chocolate mini muffins-cooling rack

Flourless Chocolate Mini-Muffins

You know that horrible moment of realization: you've finished preparing a dish, only to find a key ingredient still sitting on your counter. Or worse, you forget to put something in, only to find out too late to re-bake or remedy.