Passover starts tomorrow — have you planned your dinner menu yet? If not, let us help! We can show you how to roast the perfect lamb, make a tender brisket in the slow cooker, whip up a batch of charoset that you'll want to eat all week long, bake some macaroons for dessert, or serve a show-stopping flourless chocolate cake.
This year it was announced that rice and legumes — restricted during Passover for the last 800 years — are now considered Kosher for Passover. For those looking to bring those ingredients to the table, we've included a few dishes to show them off.
And of course there's chocolate matzo brittle — it's just not Passover without a plate of matzo brittle nearby.