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    #kosherforpassover recipes, decorating ideas, seder-hosting tips, tablescapes, coupons & deals... and lots more! This is a group featuring many kosher food bloggers. If you'd like to join please email me at mara @ kosheronabudget . com (remove spaces) with the subject Passover Group Board. Please no duplicate content within the day.


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    Zoodle Shakshuka - Busy in Brooklyn

    Ginger Date Cookies {Grain Free, Dairy Free}

    Passover Stocking Tips

    Triple chocolate coconut macaroons that are as rich and fudgy as truffles, but possibly even more decadent. Perfect for Easter or Passover!

    Head over to our site for some great on the go lunch ideas. 4 Passover Pack N Go Ideas #philly4passover #ad

    Passover on a Budget Passover on a Budget | How to Save Year Round

    Almond Joy Macaroons - only four ingredients in these easy (and gluten free) cookies! Great for Passover! | cupcakesandkalech...

    Passover Lasagna! This is so fantastic--I make it every year and the whole family loves it! | via @SparkPeople #Passover #recipe #lasagna

    Pineapple-Orange Cake for Passover. This sounds SO good! | via @SparkPeople #Passover #dessert #cake

    Cherry Chocolate Almond Muffins | Paleo Kosher Kitchen

    No Potato Passover Coconut Crusted Chicken with Plum Dipping Sauce Passover Recipe

    Easy Chocolate Marshmallow Clusters

    Splitting of the Red Sea

    FREE Omer Calendar

    Vegan Kosher for Passover Meatballs

    Frozen Lemon Wafer Cake

    How to Kasher Your Urn for Pesach

    Passover on a Budget | How to Save Year Round

    Spicy Chicken Bake

    4 Ways to Make Passover More Healthy

    Passover Coloring Book for Kids - #passover

    Passover Menu Plan 2015 Food looks good :)

    1. Wash the chicken and pat dry. 2. Heat the oil in a deep and heavy skillet or pot. 3. Add the garlic, rosemary and chicken and brown the chicken on all sides. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and keep cooking until nice and golden. 4. Discard the garlic cloves before they start turning brown. 5. Stir the tomato paste into the wine and add to the chicken; stir well and cover. 6. Cook, covered, on medium heat for 25-30 minutes. 7. Add the grapes and cook for 10 more minutes. 8. Remove the chicken and grapes from the pot, and allow the sauce to thicken on low heat before pouring it onto the chicken stew. Serve with mashed or boiled potatoes. As seen in the Joy of Kosher with Jamie Geller MagazinePassover (Spring) 2014 Subscribe Now

    Kosher for Passover nachos with homemade plantain chips!