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breakfast & brunch

Herby Dolmas

Recipe by Michele Amira

Herby <em>Dolmas</em>

Dolmas (also called dolmades) are common in Mediterranean countries and are a favorite of Persian and Balkan Jews. You can find them on most mezze platters in Israel, and these days they’re even pretty popular and well known in the US, though primarily found at Greek restaurants. When I make dolmas with my mom for family

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Stovetop Flatbread

Recipe by Efrat Petel, Shirley Ben-David and Ofrit Barnea

Stovetop Flatbread

Love bread, but looking for a more wholesome option? We’re right there with you. This recipe calls for spelt, one of the ancient grains mentioned in the bible. Nutritionally, spelt far surpasses wheat. A low-glycemic grain that’s high in soluble fiber, spelt is easy to digest and makes you feel full. It is also rich

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Breakfast-in-Bed Apple Cake

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Breakfast-in-Bed Apple Cake

This apple cake actually tastes better the next day, so no need to wake up early to have it ready for brunch. My favorite part about this recipe is how adaptable it is. Want to make it healthier? Swap in some whole wheat flour or use some applesauce instead of oil. You can even reduce

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Pass-Me-More Passover Granola

Recipe by Sherry Schweitzer

Pass-Me-More Passover Granola

Reflecting on the kind of nibbles we ate on a regular basis and hoping for a post-Passover kitchen without another leftover box of matzah, I discovered that I could make a really good granola snack from crumbled matzah or farfel (truthfully, pieces of matzah resembling dog kibble). At first, I made a few “only fair” attempts,

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Shaya Haroset

Recipe by Alon Shaya

Shaya <em>Haroset</em>

My mom would make the best Sephardic-style haroset. This is based off of hers with an Italian twist. I love what the flavor of the moscato wine and hazelnuts add to the dates and figs. I also like to make this year round and eat it with everything. (Tip: After Passover, try it with grilled

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Passover Popover Rolls

Recipe by Bonnie Benwick

Passover Popover Rolls

Matzah meal, which is just the bread of affliction finely ground, has seldom been put to better use than in this recipe created by California cooking instructor Linda Capeloto Sendowski. Easy to make, her popover rolls are the answer to the sandwich cravings that can appear mid-Passover week. They work wonderfully well for sopping up

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Passover Carrot-Apple Pudding

Recipe by Nava Atlas

Passover Carrot-Apple Pudding

This sweet side dish of spiced carrots and apples brightens the Passover dinner plate. Baked until crusty, it’s also yummy enough to be an everyday dessert with a dollop of coconut yogurt. Photo by Evan Atlas.

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