Saturday, September 5, 2015 Elul 21, 5775
By:
Shannon Sarna, The Nosher
Keep the second seder night interesting with these easy, elegant and different-from-the-norm Passover recipes.
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By:
Tami Ganeles-Weiser, The Nosher
This savory meat pie is not only delicious, but a great way to use cooked meat.
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By:
Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer/JTA
Try this kosher-for-Passover seder menu that suits a fast-paced, vegetarian lifestyle — and keeps children happy.
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By:
Shannon Sarna, Kveller.com
These little muffins are portable and can be re-heated, which can help ease the Passover cooking just a little.
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By:
Edmon J. Rodman | JTA
Passover seders served as a welcome break, a few hours freedom from childhood patterns, writes Edmon J. Rodman.
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