PASCALE’S KITCHEN: Passover Delights

Ideas for treats.

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March 29, 2018 18:06
Chocolate and coconut bars

Chocolate and coconut bars. (photo credit: AMIR MENACHEM)

 
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We are just hours before Seder night, and most of you are probably already set on what you’re going to prepare for your Seder meal, including dessert, so I’ve decided to offer you some ideas for treats you can make during Hol Hamoed that will turn your holiday into a sweet one.

Every year before Passover, I meet with a new pastry chef to widen my repertoire of special treats to prepare for Seder night. This year, I met with Eden Alkubi, a senior lecturer at Bishulim – the Israeli Institute of Culinary Arts.

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