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Fish Wrapped in Grape Leaves

Recipe by Ryan Moore

Fish Wrapped in Grape Leaves

The first time I experienced a whole fish wrapped in grape leaves was in Cairo, Egypt, in the early 2000s. I was having dinner with my new family at their home in the Nile before my father’s wedding. The meal resonates change, love and growth for me. I enjoy using this method because the brined grape leaves insulate

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Savory Mushroom Quinoa Burgers

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Savory Mushroom Quinoa Burgers

Most veggie burgers are made with beans and grains, making them off-limits during Passover. Quinoa, a permitted pseudo-grain (actually a seed), becomes a delicious substitute when mixed with umami-rich sautéed mushrooms. Serve these burgers during Passover and year-round as a quick make-ahead meal for anytime of the day. Use organic ingredients wherever possible.

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Creamy Carrot-Quinoa Soup with Zesty Gremolata

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Creamy Carrot-Quinoa Soup with Zesty Gremolata

Just a few simple pantry ingredients are needed to become a vibrant-colored soup to enjoy for a light lunch or evening meal. Dairy-free soups often get their creaminess from puréed beans; however, in this kosher-for-Passover recipe, puréed quinoa gives the soup the right amount of silky texture! Topped with a simple gremolata, this soup feels

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Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk Quinoa Porridge

Recipe by Jessica Grosman

Anti-Inflammatory Golden Milk Quinoa Porridge

A favorite wintertime warming drink combined with fluffy cooked quinoa becomes a delicious way to start the day. Served hot or at room temperature, this slightly sweet creamy porridge is nourishing for any day of the year, especially when topped with antioxidant-rich fresh berries and coconut flakes. Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory benefits are potentiated by the addition

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No-Flour Nut Cake

Recipe by Jared Polis

No-Flour Nut Cake

Recipe from Rae Keller, Congressman Jared Polis’ late great-grandmother, reprinted from the 1974 The International Grandmothers’ Cookbook: Favorite Recipes of Grandmothers from Around the World by Eileen Weppner.

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Pistachio, Cardamom and Rosewater Macaroons

Recipe by Annabel Epstein

Pistachio, Cardamom and Rosewater Macaroons

Why do almonds have to be the star of every Passover cookie? Ground pistachios laced with citrus zest, cardamom and rosewater combine for an easy, one-bowl cookie that can be dressed up with drizzled chocolate or enjoyed on its own. Traannabder Joe’s sells pre-shelled pistachios—they are a worthwhile investment here.

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Almond Flour Bread

Recipe by Judith Rontal

Almond Flour Bread

Bake up a loaf of this grain-free almond flour bread to keep your toast cravings in check during the eight days of Passover or to treat gluten-free family members and guests all year round. With a base that can be modified for both the sweet and savory palate, this bread is great for all times

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Sweet and Scented Fish Tagine

Recipe by Sherry Schweitzer

Sweet and Scented Fish Tagine

Nearly 30 years ago, when I met my husband, we both enjoyed a diet that was largely animal protein-based. He wasn’t a fancy cook—and neither was I—but we both enjoyed cooking, and most of our meals centered on animal protein. I was famous for my brisket, which I cooked without fail on every Jewish holiday,

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The Wicked Son

Recipe by Aviva Goldfarb

The Wicked Son

Sure, we drink four glasses of wine at the Passover seder, which can definitely get our buzz on, but sometimes we need a little extra something to get us through the long meal and service without losing our patience and to keep our hunger pangs at bay. Plus, it’s fun to greet our guests with

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Sephardic Almond Macaroons

Recipe by Susan Barocas

Sephardic Almond Macaroons

Macaroons are one of Passover’s go-to sweets, whether delicate puffs of unadulterated egg whites and sugar or chewy mounds of shredded coconut. These almond macaroons bake up more like a cookie with a slightly crisp outside and satisfying chewy texture. The combination of no flour and no leavening makes these cookies perfect for Passover, although

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