Believe it or not, with each passing year, we get more excited about Passover. Where others see limitations, we see thrilling new challenges and endless inventiveness. Who knew that eight days could feel too short?
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For some people, the holidays are all about the familiar, traditional family dishes (“Tradition! Tradition!”). Certainly, the Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur meals are not just about the food, but also about the meaning and the memories they evoke. But the New Year also offers a special chance to try something new.