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Pesach Madness 2010


Yes, I do still have a blog. Just too busy to update!
In any case, it's That Time of Year again. Passover Madness.

I seem to be hosting both seders this year, which is only possible because the first seder is Monday night, so I'll have three days to prepare. Here's what I'm thinking for menus so far, subject to whim and availability of ingredients. I made the chicken soup this weekend, and it's in the freezer awaiting matzoh balls.

Chicken soup with matzoh balls

grilled smoked paprika salmon (Jerry's recipe)
Beef tagine with fennel, olives and preserved lemon (Yes, the "goat" recipe, using brisket)
Quinoa pilaf with pine nuts (Quinoa is kosher for Passover, it's a grass!)
Roasted Asparagus
Moroccan carrot salad (Sue)
Green beans with walnuts and garlic

Lemon meringue torte
Mom—orange cake; Chocolate cake
Sharon—fruit salad

Gefilte fish (from a jar, sorry Mom)

Leftover Beef Tagine
Chicken Marabella (wine-marinated chicken with apricots and prunes)
Beet salad with mint
Cucumber-dill salad
Green beans with walnuts and garlic(leftover)
Roasted potatoes

Lemon torte
Leftover cakes
ice cream if needed

Comments (3)

Barb Cabot:

It's an amazing menu. You are really something Amy!


Wow, very ambitious. good luck, Amy!

Hope you have recovered from your wild trip home. This menu looks great. I don't know how you find the time to do everything! An early happy Passover wish to you. It was so nice to finally meet in person!

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