From harosets and latkes to sweet matzo haystacks, discover delicious recipes for your Passover menu.
Broccolini's tender texture and flavor make for a deliciously light and healthy side to your holiday meal. Serve it simply, tossed in a bit of olive oil with a squeeze of lemon juice, so that its fresh flavor shines through.
This salad, filled with the colors and flavors of the season, is not only beautiful to look at but also easy to prepare. It makes a fitting start to any holiday dinner. Or, top with cubes of smoked turkey for a light meal in itself.
This is an easy yet elegant side dish that compliments anything from a turkey dinner to a standing rib roast. Set aside some beans, before they're tossed with the mushroom mixture, for the pickier eaters at your table.
This cake is quaint and old-fashioned and perfect with a side of fruit.
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.
The best turkey breast that'll beat any taste test!
Although they can be served at anytime these potato pancakes are especially popular during Hanukkah.
The vegetable-broth option is for vegetarians: this is best made with rich chicken stock.
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.
Nothing fussy about this dessert yet it looks so pretty. Best thing is, the dough can be prepared a month in advance and frozen. Make some tonight and store it so you always have a treat for those unexpected guests.
This flavorful dish is made with skinless chicken thighs, fragrant olives and bright lemons. It comes together in just 15 minutes and cooks on its own — thanks to the slow cooker — so you can enjoy the health benefits with little effort.