18 Breads for Breaking Passover

April 18, 2017

Don't cry for me: Passover's been a breeze this year. I ate matzo chilaquiles and matzo spanakopita. I finished off a bottle of Manischewitz by choice. I ate my way through 3 1/2 pounds of chocolate (Double this recipe and you will truly use 3 1/2 pounds of chocolate).

The hardest part? Not a day passed when I was not offered a piece of bread, a slice of ice cream cake, an oatmeal cream pie (at 11 PM, at a bar). Last Tuesday, I said "no thank you" to a black sesame kouign amman. (Okay, cry for me now.)

Tonight at sunset, Passover ends. I'll likely go wild with a pizza bagel and a pile of chickpeas, and some baba ghanouj, but here's a small selection of the lofty, yeasted foods I'd like to be offered in the coming week. Ready the flour!



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1 Comment

scott.finkelstein.5 April 18, 2017
The toughest part for me was constantly forgetting my lunch when leaving for work.