Photo: Liz Rueven
Is charoset one of your favorite dishes on the seder table? Why not use it as chutney or cake filling at other times of the year? But first… Seder. Read on.
Julie Levine, San Francisco lifestyles blogger and friend at Florence & Isabelle, has joined forces with me again this week as we share a wide array of charoset recipes for your Passover table. These chopped and blended mixtures reflect ingredients grown in regions as far apart as Eastern Europe (Ashkenazic) to the Mediterranean and the Middle East (Sephardic). We hope you’ll consider serving more than one of these (how about all 8?) as you explore the symbolism of charoset and the different flavor profiles from communities across the globe.
photo: Liz Rueven
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