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The inspiration for this salad comes from the Seder plate: Although the "bitter herb" is often horseradish, in the Sephardic (or Mediterranean) Jewish world, it can be an assertive green, one with bite. We chose dandelion greens, which are at their peak this time of year. (Please note: for Ashkenazi Jews, the mustard in this recipe is not considered kosher for Passover.)

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The refreshing sweetened vinegar-based drink called shrub has its roots in the 18th century. For the beet juice, you will need a juicer -- or to visit a juice bar. Enjoy this shrub mixed with chilled seltzer or spike it with vodka to make the Beet-and-Lemon Shrub Cocktail. Recipe courtesy of Russ and Daughters.

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Cubes of smoky, buttery belly lox are pickled in a sweet-sour-salty brine to make this appetizing classic, which can also be purchased ready-made from Russ and Daughters. Pickled lox and onions are delicious served with some of the brine or removed from the brine and accompanied by sour cream sauce. Recipe courtesy of Russ and Daughters.