A Jewish Food Expert's Winning Passover Recipes
Bring something new to the table this year. Joan Nathan, author of award-winning cookbook King Solomon's Table: A Culinary Exploration of Jewish Cooking from Around the World, shares a feast's worth of Passover dishes with globally-inspired flavors.
Fresh berries. Vanilla cake soaked in raspberry simple syrup. Chantilly cream icing made with whipped mascarpone. Sold yet?
Passover Seder is the star of the show, but what about the other seven days of meals? Get ideas for dressing up matzo and more ways to eat well this Passover — without sacrificing flavor for tradition.
Joan Nathan, award-winning cookbook author and expert on Jewish cuisine, designed our Passover meal down to every last currant and sprinkling of cumin. Read on to find out more about the world flavors-inspired feast.
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