Gourmet Kosher Cooking: Passover Lemon Bars

Gourmet Kosher Cooking- Passover Lemon Bars

March 6th 2010By Emuna Braverman


Gluten Free Isn’t a Walk in the Desert Anymore


April 4th 2011By Chaviva Galatz

Matzo shmeared with deliciously fluffy cream cheese and some sweet preserves or jam is what Passover food means to me. That, and, of course, matzo pizza delicately baked and devoured within minutes. I haven’t been observing Passover long enough to really loathe the classic Passover treats, so I tend to find a sort of misplaced joy in these once-a-year concoctions.


Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

chocolate chip cookie bars

March 26th 2012By Rochelle Rothman

For the nuts the 6 oz. or 7oz. packages should both work fine.


Free Yourself With 2 Perfect Passover Menus

Chicken Soup with Matzo Balls

April 8th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Two inspired menu ideas for Passover that just may start a new food tradition for your family.


Free Chicken For Passover

free chicken

March 28th 2011By admin

My Passover will be free this year. At least my chicken will be. Free range, free of hormones, free of antibiotics and pasture-raised.


Easy to Make Parve Passover Desserts

Ambrosia Soup

March 18th 2011By Jamie Geller


DIY Kosher – Fresh Fruit Topiary for Your Passover Seder Table


February 28th 2010By Felisa Billet


Delicious Passover Desserts

Coconut Panna Cotta with Lime Curd

April 7th 2011By Shoshana Ohriner

There is something to be said for tradition. I find it comforting that every year as Passover approaches I know with pretty good certainty what we are going to be serving at the seder. Sure we might swap a kugel here or a green vegetable there, but the majority of the menu stays constant from year to year. I am all in favor of experimenting with new twists on the classics, but for the seders I like to keep things traditional. The one exception is dessert. Every year the dessert is different. Dessert is where I can express my creativity without anyone being upset that we went against tradition. For our family a different dessert each year is the tradition.


Dalton Winery – Passover Wine Recommendations


Creamy Kale Matzo Strata

kale matzo strata recipe

March 9th 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This kale strata is the best make ahead brunch recipe to use on Passover. Swapping the bread for matzo allows for a lighter dish filled with creamy kale, cheese and eggs for wonderful breakfast to feed the whole family.


Cookbook Spotlight: Helen’s delicious Pesach

Helen's delicious Pesach

March 20th 2015By Naomi Lerman


Conversations at Levana’s Passover Table


April 13th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Talking to Levana about her Passover memories and getting tips for cooking all year round.


Chocolate Orange Coeur a la Crème Cheesecake Video

chocolate coeur a la creme video

March 24th 2015By Jamie Geller


Cauliflower Popcorn


September 20th 2011By Susie Fishbein

Serve this cauliflower with roast chicken and a green salad for a complete meal.


Carrot Dill Matzah Balls

Carrot Dill Matzah Balls

March 19th 2012By Tali Simon


Butterflake Nut-Free Kosher for Passover Bakery


March 4th 2010By Jamie Geller


Brisket In A Pot With Garlic

roasted garlic brisket

October 15th 2014By Tamar Genger MA, RD

I made this brisket as a variation of my favorite chicken in a pot recipe with 40 cloves of garlic. Instead of white wine I went with red and instead of 1 hour I went with 3, the results are perfection. I recommend making this the night before to give ample time to make the garlic sauce/gravy to serve with the meat and without all the fat. The longer the meat cooks the more melt in your mouth tender it will be, but it will also be more difficult to get it to look pretty, but I don't think brisket is meant to be pretty.


A Trio of Passover Picnic Menus


April 17th 2014By Rivka Lieberman


A Perfectly Persian Pesach

Seder Plate

March 14th 2012By Reyna Simnegar


7 Yummiest Passover Treats

7 Yummiest Passover Treats

March 5th 2009By naftali