Well, the month of Nisan has arrived! I now give you all permission to begin your Pesach preparations, and even mention the 'P' word without me growling in return.
Pesach brownies, Homemade Gefilte fish, Cauliflower Tabouleh, Banana Ice Cream, quick tomato sauce for Shakshouka (pictured), and "Fresh" Sriracha - Homemade Hot Sauce.
I'm also going to make lots more of Faye Levy’s Almond Macaroons posted by Miriyummy.
Then after Pesach I hope to make more bread, like Easy Awesome Onion Challah (where I can use the Magimix to chop the onions and knead the dough) and stuffed focaccia like the Focaccia Hamentashen I made for Purim.
I love the idea of Schlissel Challah, Key Shaped Bread Baked After Passover (pictured) made by Creative Jewish Mom Sarah Rivka.
I could whip up Chaviva's No-bake Peanut Butter Mousse Pie or make a giant batch of Lavash/Laffa Bread posted on Challah Maidel.
Or maybe I'll mix up a giant batch of cookies and freeze some! Batya shared a simple cookie "nonrecipe" in Not Exactly The Recipe, But....
Welcome to our new blogger, Liron Yankonsky. Liron's blog teaches how to draw and discusses Art in the Middle East. Check out the post on Israeli (and Middle Eastern) Foods! (Pictured: Illstration of Jachnun, eggs, and grated tomato.)
Ruti made some delicious looking food in Shabbat on a Budget, posted at Ki Yachol Nuchal!
Batya over at me-ander was a prolific poster this month. She discussed Eating Kosher in Atlanta, Georgia and her New Coffee Treat, The French Press asking, "How about Shabbat use?" Batya had a couple unfortunate restaurant experiences. Have any of you ever gotten yelled at for taking pictures in a restaurant store, or the shuk?
Jay3fer made Pareve Chocolate Caramel Cookies for Shabbos (pictured), posted at Adventures in BreadLand, saying, "Mmm... definitely one for the "can't believe it's pareve" category!" If you have challah dough to use up before Passover, try her Quick Yeasty "Leftover" Rogelach.
coconut dulce de leche. (Just posted it to my Pinterest board!) I love her enthusiasm in posting her Pineapple Upside-downishness (pictured).
As always, Food Bridge has a wonderful feast for the eyes. Sarah posted Flowers With My Toast.
Kosher for Passover
I, Yosefa, wrote my tips for How to Make Great Chicken Soup, including matzoh ball tips. I also recently started making "Fresh" Sriracha - Homemade Hot Sauce. Here, at Cooking Outside the Box.
JPix made Zucchini Dill Soup - Creamy Smooth Zucchini Soup with Dill posted at Here in HP. I think I can smell it right off my screen - Mmm mmm!
Liz, over at Cafe Liz, posted a Springtime Matzo Ball Broth with asparagus.
Bonnie shared a healthy twist on KFP lasagna, Matzoh Cheese Roll-Ups, on BRG Health Solutions. I'd call them KFP cannelloni. Yum!
Yosef, of This American Bite, reviewed the book Passover Made Easy (it sounds great!) and shared a recipe for Sugar Free Pickled Beets and Turnips.
Batya, of me-ander, also shared a simple way to prepare Japanese eggplant - Special Eggplant Recipe From My Friend and her matzah brei recipe to Finish That Matzah!
May you all have a kosher and happy Passover!
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