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A Passover Menu to Keep You Going All 8 Days

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It's time to grab a bagel or a cookie or a hunk of bread—and start menu planning. Because next week is Passover, and for the first two nights you'll be snacking on matzoh and parsley and hard boiled eggs, and you'll be counting the minutes until it's that time of the night to feast. Here is our idea of the perfect Passover seder—some classic dishes, some new ones, all ones to look forward to as you read the Haggadah.

And for dessert? Right this way.

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Matzo Ball Soup
Matzo Ball Soup
Nach Waxman's Brisket of Beef
Nach Waxman's Brisket of Beef
Gefilte Fish
Gefilte Fish
Greek-Style Leeks with Prunes and Cinnamon
Greek-Style Leeks with Prunes and Cinnamon
Grandma Mary's Gehakte Leber (Chopped Liver)
Grandma Mary's Gehakte Leber (Chopped Liver)
Burnt Orange Fig Charoset
Burnt Orange Fig Charoset
The WFP: Greek Mahogany Potatoes
The WFP: Greek Mahogany Potatoes
Matzo Brei
Matzo Brei
Carrots and Fennel Braised with Orange Zest and Honey
Carrots and Fennel Braised with Orange Zest and Honey
Passover Brisket, Inspired by Libbie Miller
Passover Brisket, Inspired by Libbie Miller
Spice Merchant Cauliflower Couscous
Spice Merchant Cauliflower Couscous
How to Make Charoset Without a Recipe
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How to Make Charoset Without a Recipe
Lemon-Oregano Leg of Lamb
Lemon-Oregano Leg of Lamb
Mushrooms with Caramelized Shallots and Fresh Thyme
Mushrooms with Caramelized Shallots and Fresh Thyme

What do you cook for your Passover seder? Let us know in the comments!


Our magical menu genie will plan your holiay feast for you.

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