For most of their marriage, Sherry and her husband enjoyed a meat-heavy diet. But when he had a health scare, out went the meat and in came the vegetables and fish, including on holidays.
Matzah brei and pizza don’t have to be part of your Passover if you don’t want them to—especially when there are so many other ways to transform the flatbread people love to hate.
Recipe of the Week
These pancakes, aka matzah brei, are really easy to make and will…
Fried matzah, which Leah’s mother used to prepare during the Passovers of her childhood, was never Leah’s favorite Yemenite food, but with her mother now gone, it feels just right for Passover.
Paula has no intention of abandoning Ashkenazic Passover staples, like chopped liver and matzah ball soup, but Matzah Baklava Crisps bring Sephardic flavors and reflections on Jewish history to the holiday.
Passover is about freedom, so why are you slaving away in the kitchen? This year, we’re bringing you holiday dishes that are all about maximum flavor, minimum fuss.
During the year, Wendy chooses modern, healthy tastes for her family, but there’s no such thing as holidays without the old-school flavors of her grandmother’s chicken fricassee (with flanken and gizzards!).