Above: Beet Salad With Almonds And Chives, find the recipe here from Joy of Kosher
I'll have to admit, I've been too busy cleaning and organizing to think about actually cooking, and since we'll be going to family for the Seder, I really don't need to be thinking about cooking now anyway, phew. Okay, I do have to have a rough idea of what we'll be eating other than matzo for the next week, as I do need to do some grocery shopping, but my husband informed me that we're going to be doing barbeque all week, which means all I have to do is prepare a salad! Don't be too jealous, this is a first, I'm usually happily cooking up a storm! But it just so happens that we raised a lamb at a friend's farm, and now our freezer is full of lamb that is really at it's best on the barbeque, and no complaints from me!
Okay, enough babble, I still have so much to do, but I did take some time to look at some of my favorite sites for some recipes for Passover that might be of interest to you. Of course there really are tons of great recipes out there on sites like gourmet kosher cooking, and the jewish hostess, and joy of kosher cooking, it's just that for the sake of great visual content I had to choose recipes that had great photos too! So here's a few of my favorites, and if you go to the New York times links, jot down the recipes if they look good to you, since you're only allowed to view ten free articles a month.
Salmon cakes with tropical fruit salsa, recipe here from Joy of Kosher
Five Charoset Recipes From Around The World, recipe here from Joy of Kosher
Fresh Fava Bean Soup, For The Sephardic Passover kitchen, from The New York Times
Non dairy flan from The New York Times, and Almond Lemon Macaroons from The New York Times
Okay, gotta run, all this food is making me hungry, and at a time like this there just isn't time to be thinking about food! Well except to help you think about food! Have a wonderful and fulfilling Passover holiday!