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Passover Artichokes with Lemon and Honey

by Linda Capeloto Sendowski on March 2, 2010

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Artichokes are one of spring’s treats.  The green earthy flavor with a smooth texture pairs well with lemon, tomato, and grilled flavors.  This dish is an old Sephardic favorite from Turkey that my Nona  Chiprut used to make. It takes a little patience to pair down all those artichokes.  When I was a child, I remember they purchased them in wood crates full.  Artichokes are a traditional side dish for Passover.  This recipe is kosher for Passover and parve so you can serve it at any meal during the holiday.   [click to continue…]

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Ava Frescas con Anjinaras or Fava Beans with Artichokes

February 16, 2010
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Last week while I was doing my early Wednesday morning walk through the famed Santa Monica Farmers Market, I spotted something new for sale.  On several vendors’ tables, there were mounds of large,

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HAPPY PASSOVER

March 28, 2018
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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 […]

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Passover, Pesach 2015 Menu and Check List

March 23, 2015
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For Reading of Hagadah

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Passover 2014

April 4, 2014
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Passover is just a moment away and I am sure most of you have already begun your preparation if you celebrate the holiday in any way.  A few weeks ago we started by emptying out drawers , cleaning them of dust and bits of debris (Chametz) and returning everything to its orderly place.  In the […]

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