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Around this time every year, I count my blessings. Because as much as I’m not a fan of Passover, I try to keep the glass half full. Because, what if we lived in a bizarro-Judaism world? In that world, all year round, you’re not allowed to eat hametz, and twice a week, you have seders. Of course, Passover would be awesome. Imagine eight days a year when you could eat anything you want. It would be glorious. But then again, the rest of the year would stink.

Kosher for Passover desserts can be very risky. In fact, I try to avoid them at all costs. But that might have to change after I read this cool recipe for chocolate espresso cookies.

Just in time for the seders, here are some tips to make sure than you and your guests enjoy yourselves on Monday and Tuesday nights. That is, if you don’t already love seders.

Finally…I set a world record. It’s Passover themed. So give it a watch.

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A Sephardic Rosh Hashanah Seder

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Honey Horseradish Chicken

Subtly spicy, sweet, and a perfect main course for Passover, or anytime.