I enlist my sous-chefs to help me make matzo balls.
Next Monday at sundown, Jewish families across the country and indeed around the world will usher in the spring holiday of Passover with the traditional Passover Seder. If you are not Jewish, a Passover Seder may seem like a foreign concept, but in many [...]
Apricot and blueberry jam filled Hamentaschen
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so it is time to bake Hamantaschen — the triangular filled cookie that is traditional for the holiday. Here is a post from last year at this time with my recipe: Saturday, at sundown, the Jewish festival of Purim [...]
Our Seder plate. We couldn't figure out why there was a place for bitter herbs and horseradish.
It’s quiet here today. The guests have all gone home and the Seder plate is packed away for another year. All that is left of two days of cooking and cleaning is the memory of a joyful [...]
The kids help make the matzo balls.
Although it may seem like I just finished cleaning up from the March party in my 12 Parties for 2012 project, it is already time for the April party. Breathe deeply, people. The April party is a family holiday meal, namely a Passover Seder.
There are a [...]
West of the Loop was on Spring Break last week, enjoying some sun and sand in Naples, Florida. While the vacation was fun and even relaxing, it is a shock to come home and realize that Passover starts in only a few days. As you begin planning for the holiday, here is a re-post from [...]