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A Day in the Life of Matzah: Recipes for Passover

by on March 31, 2015

Having cleansed your pantry of all hametz, you are left with few options to fill your carb quota during Pesach (Passover). The challenge is to find new and exciting ways to use matzo in your meals. So, here are some ideas to add variety to your Passover meals.

Breakfast

matzo-granola-150Matzo Granola
If it is from Martha Stewart, it must be good! A delicious way to start the day.
(via Martha Stewart)

 

Lunch

matzah-grilled-cheese-150Matzo Grille Cheese
If anything can make matzo look tasty, it’s cheese! Here is and easy way to turn an old classic into a trendy lunch item.
(via Popsugar)

 

 

matzah-pizza-150Matzo Pizza 
Most likely we’ve all created a version of matzo pizza. But, hey, pizza is delicious on any crust!
(via Macaroni Kid / Gina Benezra)

 

Dinner

matzah-lasagna-150Matzah Lasagna
The fresh ingredients, including spinach and tomatoes, makes this lasagna not only tasty but also pleasing to the eye.
(via Matkonation / Danya Weiner)

 

Dessert

matzah-choc-chip-150Passover Chocolate Chip Cookies
It is hard to go wrong with chocolate chip cookies no matter what. These are no exception. Buttery and chocolatey, they will satisfy your sweet cravings.
(by Kathy Kersul-Wiener via Tori Avey)

 

matzah-smore-150Passover S’mores
S’Mores aren’t just for Lag B’omer! Add some chocolate and a marshmallow to your matzo and, BAM!, you have a dessert that will please kids of all ages!
(via Ingredients, Inc.)

 

For Fun

pepper--frog-150Bell Pepper Frogs
These were just too cute to leave out of the list. What a clever way to add plague decorations to the table.
(via The Foodies)

 

 

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Passover Fun Facts

by on April 12, 2014

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Are you hungry for facts and stories about Passover? Here is some interesting information you might enjoy and ponder.

The Burning Bush
We learn in the Passover story that Moses experiences a holy moment with God when he notices a burning bush in the desert. Many historians and scientists indicate that in ancient times, desert brush would catch on fire, spontaneously, quite regularly. This miracle of the burning bush was most likely not that fact that it was burning, but that it was burning without being consumed. This strikes me as a good lesson about the power of observation – sometimes things that seem quite ordinary, are in fact, anything but, and offer us extraordinary opportunities for holiness, and in Moses’ case, finding our destiny.

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