Onion Skin and Tea Infused Eggs

 
tea-infused-eggs

April 7th 2011By wheatgirl

These are great for Passover or a gourmet picnic. A Middle Eastern inspiration and a conversation piece just because they look so unique, these boldly, flavored hard cooked eggs are simmered in onion skins, and tea leaves. The flavor is great but the beautiful mosaic of design that results on the egg white packaging is what sells this beauty. Serve with cheese and bread, or cold side salads. If you prefer a pinkish hued egg, check out my recipe for Pickled Eggs.

 

Mix ‘N Match Passover Desserts

 
passover desserts mix and match

March 15th 2013By Chaya Friedman

 

Meringue Magic for Passover

 
meringues

April 11th 2011By Rachelle Ferneau

Meringues, the baked beaten-egg-white-and-sugar confection, are light and versatile and make the perfect dessert for Passover:  they require only a few, readily-found ingredients, they do not use matza meal which aids in their lightness and renders them non-gebrokts, and they can be flavored in a variety of ways so that they don’t get boring throughout the week-long holiday.

 

Kosher Wine from Israel for Passover

 
Israeli Wine at the Seder

April 12th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

This year, I propose a slight variation on the now familiar refrain that closes each Passover Seder.   Before you pour one of the four cups of wine at your Seder meal, stand up and proudly declare: “Next wine from Jerusalem!”  I guarantee your guests will not be disappointed.

 

Jamie’s Greatest Passover Hits

 
"Forgotten" Macaroons

March 13th 2012By Jamie Geller

 

In the Joy of Kosher Kitchen with Aviva Kanoff

 
 

Happy Pesach!!!

 
Happy Pesach

April 17th 2011By Jamie Geller

Pesach is the mother of all “Kitchen Yuntifs,” but stay cool and stress-nisht --we’ve got you covered with recipes, your Passover kitchen essentials, a Seder checklist and so much more! Follow our lead, and this year every dish you serve will be truly delicious, not just “pretty good for Pesach stuff.”

 

Gluten Free Isn’t a Walk in the Desert Anymore

 
quinoa-passover

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.

 

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.

 

Flourless Chocolate Cake with Meringue Topping

 
 

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

 
 

Conversations at Levana’s Passover Table

 
Levana-Rhubarb

April 13th 2011By Tamar Genger MA, RD

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

 

Carrot Dill Matzah Balls

 
Carrot Dill Matzah Balls

March 19th 2012By Tali Simon

 

A Trio of Passover Picnic Menus

 
Passoverpicnic

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

 

5 Out of The Box Ways To Use Potatoes

 
 

4 Salad and Starter Ideas for Passover

 
 

4 Pesach Desserts Better Than a Bakery

 
passover desserts

March 20th 2013By joyofkosher