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Bonnie Benwick

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Bonnie BenwickBonnie Benwick came to The Washington Post in 1989. The Food section, which she joined in 2004 after working on the Style, Sports, Metro Weeklies, News and Outlook desks, was where she always wanted to be. She writes the weekly Dinner in Minutes column, cookbook reviews and manages recipes and photo shoots. She edited The Washington Post Cookbook: Readers’ Favorite Recipes (Time Capsule Press, 2013).

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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Shirley’s Blintzes

Recipe by Bonnie Benwick

Shirley’s Blintzes

Submitted by Bonnie Benwick, reprinted with permission from The Washington Post. In 2010, I had the honor of observing an 86-year-old great-grandmother Shirley Greenberg make these blintzes with three generations of her family’s cooks joining her for the effort. Blintzes were already on my top-five foods list, but the experience of watching them work in

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Salmon with Pink Peppercorn Citrus Sauce

Recipe by Bonnie Benwick

Salmon with Pink Peppercorn Citrus Sauce

Submitted by Bonnie Benwick, reprinted with permission from The Washington Post. Photo courtesy of The Washington Post. Cookbook author Tina Wasserman (Entree to Judaism) sets a bountiful Passover table in her Dallas home. She shared this recipe with Post readers in 2009, and I’ve made it every year since. Not just for Pesach, either—because it

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