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FREE STUFF: Win One of These Awesome Passover Cookbooks!

Are you starting to plan your Passover menus? I know I am, and I also know that every year I look to change up a few dishes. Sure, I like to keep our Seder menus classic with brisket, kugel and chicken soup. But sometimes you just need some inspiration. If you can also relate, then look no further, because we’ve got not one but two beautiful Passover cookbooks chock full of recipe ideas to make for the Seder and for all week.

My friend Naomi Nachman of The Aussie Gourmet has made it her professional calling to invent Passover food so delicious and beautiful you would eat it all year. And in her first cookbook Perfect for Pesach, she worked with two other talented colleagues, Miriam Pascal and Melinda Strauss, to deliver this easy-to-navigate, mouth-watering cookbook. (Check back next week for her maple glazed rack of ribs recipe).

And straight from the Streit family (ha, try saying that five times fast) comes Matzo: 35 Recipes for Passover and All Year Long written by Michelle Streit Heilbrun, the granddaughter of the founder of Streit’s Matzo. This book celebrates the bread of affliction in the most creative ways you can imagine: matzah chiliquiles, matzah nachos and even matzah tiramisu.

Enter to win one of these beautiful cookbooks below and make sure to tell your friends! Happy cooking.

 

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Classic Potato Kugel

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Baklava with Honey and Cardamom Recipe

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Chocolate Cranberry Challah Rolls with Citrus Sugar

Simple, sophisticated and just a little fancy.