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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.

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

Want to get in on the fun? Keep an eye out for our next #F52Grams theme tomorrow -- and be sure to follow us on Instagram, too. 

1 Comment

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!!!