NYT Cooking: This moist and springy Persian almond cake is generously spiced with ground cardamom (two full teaspoons). We like it with fresh berries. If you want to serve it for Passover, be sure to use kosher for Passover confectioners' sugar

NYT Cooking: This moist and springy Persian almond cake is generously spiced with ground cardamom (two full teaspoons). We like it with fresh berries. If you want to serve it for Passover, be sure to use kosher for Passover confectioners' sugar

As a kid I wondered, why isn’t there a really delicious chocolate cake for Passover? My mom came up with this recipe for Kosher Passover (Pesadicka) Chocolate Matzo Mousse Cake. It was a winner, and is the star dessert of our Passover meal. Sometimes we wonder why we only make it at Passover.   Soaking the matzo in Manischewitz wine gives it a texture like tiramisu.  My mom has made this recipe with my kids for years.  We all fight over the privilege of licking the spatula for the final…

As a kid I wondered, why isn’t there a really delicious chocolate cake for Passover? My mom came up with this recipe for Kosher Passover (Pesadicka) Chocolate Matzo Mousse Cake. It was a winner, and is the star dessert of our Passover meal. Sometimes we wonder why we only make it at Passover. Soaking the matzo in Manischewitz wine gives it a texture like tiramisu. My mom has made this recipe with my kids for years. We all fight over the privilege of licking the spatula for the final…

Coconut Milk Custard with Strawberry-Rhubarb Compote

Coconut Milk Custard with Strawberry-Rhubarb Compote

Coconut Custard with strawberry/rhubarb sauce. End your meal with this creamy, coconut milk custard topped with a sweet-tart fruit compote and crunchy pistachios.

This is the most traditional charoset. Its signature ingredients are apples, walnuts, cinnamon, honey and sweet Manischewitz wine. We make this easy charoset with the young kids during our cocktail hour before we start our Seder. They love getting involved.

This is the most traditional charoset. Its signature ingredients are apples, walnuts, cinnamon, honey and sweet Manischewitz wine. We make this easy charoset with the young kids during our cocktail hour before we start our Seder. They love getting involved.

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinagrette / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, prop styling by Brian Heiser, food styling by Rhoda Boone

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

All Green Salad with Citrus Vinagrette / Photo by Chelsea Kyle, prop styling by Brian Heiser, food styling by Rhoda Boone

Chef Steven Sharad has made this Brisket recipe for our family for over 15 years. He is the Executive Chef at the University Club. Our family and friends have LOVED his recipe. I find it beautiful that he learned this recipe from his grandmother. It is truly made with love.

Chef Steven Sharad has made this Brisket recipe for our family for over 15 years. He is the Executive Chef at the University Club. Our family and friends have LOVED his recipe. I find it beautiful that he learned this recipe from his grandmother. It is truly made with love.

Crispy Potato-Leek Kugel

Crispy Potato-Leek Kugel

Inspired by the flavors of potato-leek soup, this kugel is creamy on the inside, crackly on the outside, and completely irresistible.

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