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Your Photos: Passover

April 17, 2014

For all the foods that can't be eaten during Passover -- wheat, oats, barley, rye, spelt, rice, corn, millet, beans, green beans, legumes, sesame seeds, mustard, and more -- there are just as many delicious dishes that we've been waiting to eat all year. Is there anything better than a light-as-air matzo ball or some crunchy charoset?

But if you are missing bread right about now, check out these photos for a little chametz-free inspiration:

    Clockwise from top left, these 'grams come from: byrachelp, tessaorrellstayhungree, and mollyyeh.

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     Clockwise from top left, these 'grams come from: theforestfeastsilvansternbachplayinwithmyfood, and acozykitchen.

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Sarah Jampel

Written by: Sarah Jampel

A (former) student of English, a lover of raisins, a user of comma splices. My spirit animal is an eggplant. I'm probably the person who picked all of the cookie dough out of the cookie dough ice cream. For that, I'm sorry.

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Jenn2323 April 19, 2014
My daughter who is 7years of old decided to keep kosher for Passover this year. I make homemade pancakes or French toast every weekend. This year, I needed a sweet breakfast solution. So.. I made Matzo French toast!!! I beat an two eggs with maple syrup, cinnamon, and a splash of milk. Dipped my sesame seed homemade matzo into the mix and sautéed it in butter. This is recipe "without a recipe" Enjoy Pesach!!!