The Simple Passover
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  Fleishig (Meat)
  Pesach Non Gebroks
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Description:Ladies, this is THE holiday of freedom. Let's not be slaves anymore to the latest trends in cooking, fancy Passover dessert recipes, expensive prepackaged mixes, and worst of all, others' opinions of our Pesach entertaining style-or lack thereof.

Here’s a revelation that you might have missed at Mount Sinai (after all, it was several lifetimes ago): Passover food is supposed to be simple.
~ Hors D Oeuvre ~
Dead Sea Babaganoush
~ Dressings, Sauces, Spreads and Dips ~
Alabama Remoulade Sauce
~ Appetizers ~
Kosher Fish Louie~
~ Main Dish ~
Lemon Rosemary Roast
~ Side Dish ~
Whipped Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato
~ Salads ~
My Favorite Ratatouille
~ Cake Desserts ~
The Ultimate Pareve Flourless Chocolate Cake
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