by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on March 28, 2018


Pesach Allegre, Happy Passover

I want to wish any readers a very Happy Pesach… What could be better than a celebration of becoming free people after hundreds of years of cruel slavery?  Pesach coinciding with spring brings to mind the rebirth, renewal of the human spirit as we shed our bondage and the natural world comes to life again after winter.  Let’s be happy and celebrate our good fortune in this world.  Make a feast to share with others, invite guests and be generous.

This year I plan to serve a large meal and I will link the listing to the recipes so you can just click:

Matzo, Wine, Celery Sticks, Romaine Lettuce, Parsley, Hard Boiled Eggs (Huevos Haminados),

Shank Bone, Salt Water or Apple Cider Vinegar, Horseradish,

http://www.theglobaljewishkitchen.com/2010/03/09/haroset-sephardi/#more-2584Haroset                       Soup                Salmon (Pescado Con Tomat)

Gefilte Fish                  Leek Meatballs (Kuftes De Prassa)

Mushroom Dumplings (Felichikas)                 Passover Rolls

Stuffed Onions (Saboyas Reiyenas)                Passover Brisket  

Passover Stuffed Mini Chickens                      Asparagus                   Artichokes

Pavlova                        Passover Biscotti                     Passover Individual Brownies

Marunchinos               Semifreido

Tea and Coffee

Enjoy the evenings, Linda

Oops I forgot the Veal Pocket.




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Susan Rose Edelman March 29, 2018 at 4:33 PM

Love your Pavlova recipe. It was a big success at my seder last year. Looking forward to trying your other Pesach recipes. Chag Sameach.


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