Potato kugel with lemon

Savory Potato Kugel with Preserved Lemon for Passover

Savory Potato Kugel with Preserved Lemon for Passover

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Spinach Farfel

Try this easy vegetarian dish for Passover

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Vegan funfetti bites

Vegan Funfetti Cheesecake Bites

No-bake, gluten-free? Yes, please. These little bites are perfect for Passover and Easter

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Kitniyot at the Table: Why I Can’t Just Breath a Sigh of Relief

Recently, two important Conservative rabbinic opinions came down that probably rang out strongly with their followers. For the rest of us,the announcement quietly gathered steam until it called out across the masses in the weeks leading up to Passover: the Rabbis declared kitniyot (Hebrew for legumes) as Kosher for Passover.  In what felt like overnight to […]

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Burmolikos: Bulgarian Matzah Puffs

Missing morning carb treats like doughnuts? No need to stress if you are following the culinary traditions for Passover. Burmolikos are light, soft puffs of egg and matzah that are fried in oil (and bear no resemblance to heavy matzah fritters). They are a wonderful treat eaten by Bulgarian Jews during Passover and year-round because they are […]

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Cooking From Memory

My grandma Zelda taught me many things about Judaism and preparing for the Jewish holidays. However, what she did not teach me was her recipes. In fact, in all the years I watched and helped her cook, I don’t ever remember seeing her follow a recipe or consult a cookbook. Whenever she cooked, she did […]

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Girl with an Easter basket

My Eastover Basket

Passover and Easter don’t have to blend just because they overlap

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Grain-Free/Vegan (mini) Chocolate Berry Pies

Hello InterfaithFamily readers! My name is Whitney Fisch and I am beyond honored to be able to create recipes and write for this wonderful website. So here’s a bit about me: I was born and raised in Marietta, Georgia. I’m the daughter of a Jewish mama and a Christian dad. My mom raised me within […]

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Deviled Egg Cobb Salad

Legend has it that the Cobb salad was the result of a midnight kitchen raid by a hungry restaurant owner, namely Robert H. Cobb, at Hollywood’s Brown Derby restaurant. Brown Derby was a restaurant chain popular in the golden age of Hollywood. The chain lives on in Ohio and Orlando. Although the original Brown Derby […]

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Explaining Kosher for Passover, How to Keep Kosher & Why

We’ll guide you through why Jews keep kosher for Passover and some easy guidelines for following this ritual.

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