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Apple and Walnut Charoset

Happy Passover!!  I know it’s a bit belated, but I still managed to sneak in this recipe before the end of Passover.

Passover is one of my favorite Jewish holidays; actually one of my favorite holidays, period.   322 more words

Side Dishes

Charoset Two Ways

Charoset Two Ways

Passover is a time of year steeped in traditions. During this time of year, many people have recipes that are passed down through the family and only served during the holiday. 394 more words


Memory Lane: Jellied Charoset

During the original Project, for Passover I decided to try to make a Joy of Jell-O version of the seder plate classic charoset, but with plonk (I draw the line at Manieschewitz) and cherry Jell-O. 863 more words


Orange Date Charoset

A recipe passed to me by my Aunt Linda, Charoset is a traditional Jewish food eaten alongside matzah at the Passover Sedar. A combination of fruit and nuts, this sweet mix is a shame to be eaten only once a year! 81 more words


The Secret Sauce

One of my best friends in college was a fiery Persian Jew from Los Angeles; she reminded me of Princess Jasmine from Aladdin, if the princess had a potty mouth and wore less clothing. 452 more words

Jewish Culture

Eight Charosets with a Different Story

My Syrian dried apricot charoset (listed as #5) has been featured with several other interesting charosets on KosherLikeMe in a post entitled,”8 Charoset Recipes Sure to Spark Chatter at your Passover… 21 more words


Persian-Jewish Passover Recipes

I read a fascinating article a week or so back in the New York Times about Persian-Jewish Passover traditions, and how these have survived in the Diaspora (in the LA area alone there are 40,000 Jewish Persians). 87 more words