Sorry! Passover Got in the Way

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I'll post soon about all the goodies I've been cooking up (and some from Liza too), but meanwhile, here are some Passover posts from around the web:

Alicia Silverstone posted a fabulous post here which should shed some perspective and insight...

Also, Veg News has a good post on Vegan Seder here.

And here's a bit about compassionate Passover by PETA.

Oh and here's my matza brei recipe from last year.

Lastly, here's a recipe I read in a Food and Wine Magazine hanging around my parent's house (they're everywhere here) that looked amazing for whole grain matza and a creative horseradish.

Happy Passover everyone (or as we say: chag sameach;)).

Eve