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From harosets and latkes to sweet matzo haystacks, discover delicious recipes for your Passover menu.
We eat a lot of crackers. Which means we have purchased a lot of crackers, and they're expensive. Use this quick and easy recipe to make your own and lower your grocery bill.
As with all vegetable matter, put this out before dinner when your kids are milling around starvingly. They'll eat it.
Pizza for Passover? Why not -- with a matzoh crust. The kids just may be asking for this quick, appealing snack long after Passover has, well, passed.
These potato pancakes are a classic in our household, where they are served with everything from roast chicken to sausages or eaten as an appetizer during the holidays. We like them most often with sausage patties and applesauce.
Crushed candy topping provides the "glitz" in these voluptuous chocolate puddings. Try crushed pistachios or other nuts for an equally delicious combination.
Although they can be served at anytime these potato pancakes are especially popular during Hanukkah.
The scent of this delicious slow-roasted brisket will drive you crazy as it cooks -- ever so slowly -- to perfect tenderness. It tastes every bit as wonderful as it smells.
The best turkey breast that'll beat any taste test!
The vegetable-broth option is for vegetarians: this is best made with rich chicken stock.
"This is my grandmother's recipe. It's delicious." Jillian Marcus
Go ahead and double the recipe: You can't have too much haroseth.
These chocolaty Jewish treats are sure to thrill your household.