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  • Overview
  • Seder Dishes
  • Passover Desserts
  • Matzo Ideas
  • Entertaining Ideas

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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

Passover

Passover is more than just a beloved holiday filled with traditions. It’s also a chance to relax (or rather, to recline) with friends and family, to enjoy the height of spring, and to count your blessings. And the traditions are only a starting point. Use them as guidelines, and craft a holiday with an identity that feels personal to you and your family.

 

Why not deconstruct the seder plate, for instance, to create “bitter” salads and a haroset-inspired short-ribs dish? Or craft a personalized matzo cover so that your children will have something to cherish when it’s time for them to create their own family dinners? Maybe you’d even like to explore dessert options hat are more exciting than the ones you knew as a child. You should also know chocolate chip cookies aren’t out of the question. Neither is a full-fledged matzo ice cream cake. Dream big!

 

We’ve compiled our very best seder dishes, dessert ideas, entertaining suggestions, crafts, matzo ideas, and more so that you can focus on what matters -- spending time with those you love. Get inspired, then get cooking, crafting, and decorating so that this Passover is one to remember.

Why not deconstruct the seder plate, for instance, to create “bitter” salads and a haroset-inspired short-ribs dish? Or craft a personalized matzo cover so that your children will have something to cherish when it’s time for them to create their own family dinners? Maybe you’d even like to explore dessert options hat are more exciting than the ones you knew as a child. You should also know chocolate chip cookies aren’t out of the question. Neither...

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Brisket is often part of a traditional Passover meal. This rendition is oven-braised low and slow with red wine and aromatics; the meal is completed by a head of garlic and tender root vegetables.

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recipe

Crisp-chewy baked meringues meet cool, creamy coconut sorbet in these blushing beauties. The light-as-air disks, tinted the palest shade of pink, are made by swooping and swirling meringue on to parchment; the top layers are sprinkled with shredded coconut before baking. Freezing the desserts (for up to a day) leaves the cakes soft enough to eat with a fork -- or a spoon, as you like it -- on any day or midsummer's night.

recipe

Serve the hens with roasted sweet potatoes: Prick four sweet potatoes all over with a fork and rub the skins with extra-virgin olive oil. Place a large ovenproof skillet, preferably cast iron, on the floor of the oven while it is preheating. Roast the potatoes in the skillet, turning them a few times, for 45 to 55 minutes. (This gives the spuds a blistered, crispy skin.) Halve the potatoes lengthwise just before serving them.