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Jewish Holidays

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Two months ago, I moved to a new town 700 miles from home.

Mufleta

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Mufleta.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow.
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Mufleta.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: Mufleta - Breaking Passover the Moroccan way

The way in which people choose to break Passover varies enormously and that first taste of chametz can be the non-traditional, but ever popular sushi, or something more rooted in Jewish culinary history like bagels. However, the Moroccan Jewish community ends Passover with a distinctive celebration known as the Mimouna.

Matzah Toffee Bark

So you've spent a week eating matzah with anything you can think of (I have personally eaten it so far with various nut butters, tuna salad, charoset, and jam).

Eating Jewish: Scacchi (Italian Matzah Pie)

When Passover rolls around, many people bemoan having to eat matzah with only a minority of people actually professing to liking it.

Matzah Toffee Bark

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Matzah Toffee Bark.
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Matzah Toffee Bark.
Photograph courtesy of thisglutenfreelife.org.

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Matzah Pie

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Matzah Pie.
Photograph by Katherine Romanow.
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Matzah Pie.
Photograph by Katherine Romanow.

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The modern Haggadah: New voices and the reactionary

This year I tried something new at my family’s Seder. We used a new Haggadah!

Halibut and Salmon Terrine

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Halibut and salmon terrine.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow.
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Halibut and salmon terrine.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: A new twist on Gefilte Fish: Halibut and Salmon Terrine

Gefilte fish, these two words make a lot of people turn their noses up in disgust while it can make others salivate.

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