Frozen Passover treats

Do yourself a favor, march over to the dollar store (or if your time is money, go on Amazon), and buy yourself a few packages of popsicle molds for Pesach. Buy a bunch because they break, and use them for the rest of the spring and summer. Fill them with juice and leftover smoothies for … Continue reading Frozen Passover treats

Double dinners this week

This year's seder night (Friday, April 3), leaves many of us wondering when to turn over the kitchen. Do it Sunday, and you're left to either eat kosher for Passover food for 2 full weeks or scramble for meals for the first week. Do it on a weekday, and you're kashering in between work and … Continue reading Double dinners this week

Spicing up the matzah

Six days into this holiday, and the matzah is getting old. How many times can you eat it with cream cheese? Try these recipes to get you through the home stretch. Moadim l'simcha! SALSA VERDE 4 large or 6 small tomatillos (looks like a green tomato in a husk) 3 scallions 1 clove of garlic … Continue reading Spicing up the matzah

Thai cabbage slaw

My whole house filled with the smell of roasted coconut when I made this salad. I closed my eyes and imagined I was smelling tanning lotion at a Pesach hotel instead of cooking in Chicago. A girl can dream, right? I've been making Pesach since I was newly married, only months after I learned to … Continue reading Thai cabbage slaw