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Eating Jewish: Quajado for Passover

Passover cooking is certainly defined by the dietary restriction of abstaining from chametz, or leavened grain.

Quajado for Passover

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Quajado, a traditional Sephardic dish.
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Quajado, a traditional Sephardic dish.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow

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Coconut Matzah Brei

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Coconut matzah brei.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Coconut matzah brei.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Espinacas con Garbanzos (Spinach and Chickpeas)

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Espinacas con Garbanzos (Spinach and Chickpeas).

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Espinacas con Garbanzos (Spinach and Chickpeas).

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: Espinacas con Garbanzos (Spinach and Chickpeas)

Hamantaschen are the signature food of Purim, and I definitely look forward to this time of year knowing that I’ll get to eat my fill of those delicious cookies.

Chocolate

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An image of two bars of chocolate.

Photo by John Loo.

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An image of two bars of chocolate.

Photo by John Loo.

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Eating Jewish: The Jewish story of chocolate

Valentine's Day is not a Jewish holiday. These days it's a secular holiday associated with flowers, candy hearts, and, best of all, chocolate.

Savory Babka

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Savory babka.
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Savory babka.
Courtesy of Katherine Romanow

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Almond Cookies

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Almond cookies for a Tu B’Shvat seder.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Almond cookies for a Tu B’Shvat seder.

Photo by Katherine Romanow.

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Eating Jewish: Recipes for a meaningful Tu B'Shvat

It may seem a little contradictory to celebrate the New Year for trees in North America during the winter, and yet it offers a reminder of the renewal that will soon come with spring (although it may seem far away!).

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