Passover 5779

 

Passover 5779 (Randyjw; April 10, 2019)

 

I wish I still had the index cards of all my Mother’s recipes (hers, friends, or curated) I’d laboriously copied over the years. I think they were lost with some of my previous items at a time when I was told I should store them at someone’s business location, but then was not allowed to retrieve any of my things back. My Mother, as well, has lost pages from her personal collection, as people just pulled them out, rather than copying them from her. But, here are some Passover ideas and inspiration from elsewhere. And, if sometime, I can try to recreate those missing recipes, I will.

 

Inspire your own ideas, and read Doreen Wachmann’s article on Charoset recipes through the ages:

 

Charoset:

https://www.jewishpress.com/sections/food/our-kosher-world-the-pesach-palate/2019/04/10/ (flip pages to 12-13)

 

 

Here’s a recipe for Passover Apricot Squares that, if I’m remembering correctly, seems to be like the ones my Mother used to make:

 

Passover Apricot Squares:

https://www.koshereye.com/passover/270-passover-apricot-bars.html

 

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  1. Such a pity you lost your mother’s recipes, Rachel! That Apricot Bars recipe is a winner, though. I might try it.

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