Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Passover Leftovers: Part III



I know a lot of Jews complain about Passover food (like Jay, who commented on my last post), but I love cooking with creative restraints, so I'm in my own personal no-leaven heaven. Turns out my cousin's homemade chopped liver went really well with my cousin's homemade charosets. My homemade horseradish didn't hurt, either. Well, it did hurt my sinuses, but that little kick is what helps us remember 400 years of slavery.

Also, this piece of matzoh....



Was much better with this paprika roasted eggplant and feta atop it.

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5 comments:

Jay said...

thanks for making my life-long dream of being a blog name-drop come true. Bet that eggplant would have been better on bread.

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