How Long Does the Seder Have to Be?

We are commanded to remember the exodus. We are not commanded to sit up all night getting hungrier and hungrier and wishing we could go home to get a bite of food! We fulfill the commandment by teaching the story of the exodus to the next generation of Jews. Many people say to me, “we…

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Published on April 11th, 2011

A savory Matzah Brei

Our fabulous chef, Paige, brought this recipe to a Passover cooking workshop. Enjoy! Asparagus Matzoh Brei From the New York Times Passover Cookbook ½ pound medium asparagus 3 tablespoons butter or live oil 1 cup thinly sliced onions 5 matzohs 6 eggs, well beaten salt & fresh ground black pepper freshly grated Swiss cheese (optional)…

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A Couple Passover Desserts

Apple Crisp 4 large apples, peeled and thinly sliced Combine and pour over applies: 1 cup matzah cake flour ½ cup chopped walnuts or almonds 1/2 cup sugar 1 tsp cinnamon 2 tablespoons water Melt 1/2 cup butter or margarine and pour over flour mixture and mix until crumbly. Crumble mixture over apples to cover…

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Food for the week of Passover

Have you noticed how you can think of a million dishes to make without noodles but come Passover you suddenly only want pasta! Well, here’s a lasagna recipe that is delicious and will please your kids. Thanks to Susan for sending it to me! Matzah Vegetable Lasagna 1 large onion, chopped ½ lb. carrots, shredded…

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Community Seders in the Bay Area: 2011

Looking for somewhere to go for Passover? I’ll be listing the community seders here. If you know of one but don’t see it below, please email it to me. First Night Seders: April 18 First Night Seder At Adath Israel in San Francisco For details and to pay for your spot go to their website:…

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