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Passover Chocolate Pecan Brownie Layer Cake

March 22, 2010
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I adapted this recipe from one that appeared in Bon Appetite magazine many years ago.  I took out the Chametz and made it pareve, so I could use it on Passover. This four layer cake with a dark chocolate, extra shiny, glaze, makes a spectacular presentation and slices into about sixteen servings.  It is dense, […]

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Passover Individual Chocolate Brownie Cakes

March 20, 2010
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These little cakes are easy to make, delightfully chocolate, dense, and fudgy.  I baked them in muffin

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Passover Chocolate Coconut Cookies

March 19, 2010
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I was messing around with some leftover egg whites,and I came up with this recipe.  It is so easy and they are very light and keep well.  Try this. 6 egg whites (I used extra large eggs)

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Helena’s Gefilte Fish

March 18, 2010
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Bite into a piece of Helena’s homemade gefilte fish.  The sweet, Polish style of this mild fish with a bit of eye opening beet colored horseradish will make you fall in love with gefilte fish. My friend Suzette’s mom, Helena is a treasure.  She is an octogenarian, lively, witty, sharp as a tack, and very […]

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Apio Agra Dulce, Celery Root with Lemon

March 17, 2010
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For some time now I have been thinking about posting a little spring vegetable often overlooked and yet so delicious and easy to make.  Have you every seen those gnarled downright ugly looking bulbous roots with scrawny celery stalks and leaves sticking out of them at a farm market?  They smell intensely like celery and […]

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