It’s that time of year again!
What time? You ask…well, the time when people serve Passover Food, including those gross rainbow cakes and macaroons from cans, thinking that this is food. Well, have no fear! We at the Kosher Foodies have posted many recipes that are Passover-friendly. They’re mostly savory, but we have some good ones for dessert, too. No need to make what’s considered Passover food, and eat only charoset (not that I would mind) and gefilte fish (ick) for eight days. And though I DO love matzah, sometimes you need to serve it with a side. Continue reading
Shavuot is distinct from most other holidays because we traditionally eat dairy (why?). This means that we can eat gooey cheesey dinners, and more importantly, we don’t have to make desserts using fake butter like we usually do!! So we always pick out some special recipes to share with our family during this holiday.
Believe it or not, we eat well during Passover. We don’t even miss bread. It’s only a week! If you can’t go eight days without eating a bagel, there’s probably something wrong with you (not that we don’t love bagels, clearly).
Our secret to delicious Passover dining is using matzah only for what it is intended (read: forgoing desserts that replace flour with matzah meal) and experimenting with sweets that can be enjoyed all year long, but just happen to be kosher for Passover. Continue reading