How to eat through your matzo stockpile
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Next-level chocolate-covered matzo with nuts and caramel
Some classics, some newbies, all goodies
A thousands-years-old, 2-ingredient recipe with no Manischewitz in sight.
Not a leavener in sight
We're conducting a matzo matchup
It's so light, creamy, and doughnut-like, you'll actually be glad it's Passover.
A feast from our test kitchen chef
Last night, the editors gathered to celebrate Passover. Here's what we made, and we suggest you do too (because matzo pizza gets really old by Day 4).
There's no excuse for dry, dense, or styrofoam-esque Passover desserts. This is a cake you'll return to even when flour and leaveners are permitted.
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Charoset that's good enough to sustain you through a long Seder meal and eight days without bread, and—here's the kicker—that you'll want to eat even when it's not Passover.
With Passover around the corner, you need a chopped liver recipe that won't fail you.
No bread, no problem.
A week of lunches different than all lunches.
Alice shares a new, addictive dessert to steal the show at your seder -- and to keep around for the rest of the year.
Got your shank bone? Check. Your bitter herb? Check. Dessert? WHAAAAT?
You don't have to be observing Passover to enjoy one of the holiday's all-time best dishes.
A dessert to do Jewish people proud.
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