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Recipe of the Week

Detail of Caramel Apple-Almond Crepes



Caramel Apple-Almond Crepes


A great dish for dessert or breakfast, these filled crepes are quick and easy to make, full of wonderful flavor, and make any occasion special.


Traditional Passover Menu


While every family enjoys a different menu for the Seder, we have shared our favorite traditional Passover recipes that seem to be most strongly identified with Passover. Our menu has just a hint of citrus flavors intertwining between many of the dishes and all of the food is aromatic and evocative of the Passover celebration and a variety of different cultures.



The Plan

The Day Before

Make the Traditional Passover Brisket.
Make the Everything Macaroons

6 Hours in Advance

Make the dressing and the salad mixture for the Watercress, Frisée, Tangerine, and Blood Orange Salad.
Make the Charoses.

1 Hour in Advance

Reheat the Traditional Passover Brisket (Reheat at 350 degrees if baking with the Passover Popovers).
Make the Matzoh Ball Soup.

40 Minutes in Advance

Make the Passover Popovers.
Make the Carrot Tzimmes.
Make the Citrus Asparagus Sauté.

Immediately Before Serving

Dress the Watercress, Frisée, Tangerine, and Blood Orange Salad and add the almonds.






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