posts tagged "passover lifestyle"
Posted on November 30, 2012
Photo by Alan Cleaver on Flickr.
While great fun, the holidays can be a stressful time of year. This post is a reminder that we can slow down, take time for ourselves and that we may need to do so more than ever right now. In fact, it is what these contemplative winter celebrations were originally intended for prior to their extreme commercialization.
Still, the modern questions remain. How to cope with stress during the holidays? How do we invite healing into ... read more →
Posted on April 2, 2012
Paleo recipes take your gluten free seder to the next level of healthiness.
Although I’ve been grain free since 2001, this will be our first strictly Paleo Passover seder. I’m sharing my seder menu since the requests for Paleo Passover recipes are coming in a mile a minute.
Many of these gluten free Passover recipes are traditional Jewish fare and can be used for other Jewish holidays as well –think Squash Pie, which I serve as kugel.
I hope this menu will make ... read more →
Posted on April 20, 2011
With the release date for my new book Gluten-Free Cupcakes, bearing down on me less than one week from today, I feel as though Passover really snuck up on me this year. I did not post any Passover Menus, though do have ones from years past for those that might be looking for a good kugel recipe or some gluten free Gefilte Fish.
Posted on March 29, 2010
My mother and father will be spending Passover with us and I am really looking forward to it. Mom and I will be in the kitchen all day today preparing for our gluten free Seder –she has celiac too, as do my older son, sister and mother-in-law. Gluten free is a family affair for us.
Here’s what we’ll be making for Passover 2010. Pretty much my standard Passover Seder menu.
Matzoh Ball Soup
Chipotle Orange Chicken
Looking for a gluten free ... read more →
Posted on April 15, 2008
UPDATE: Here’s my latest Kosher for Passover recipe roundup.
Passover is this Saturday! I have been cooking up many Pesach dishes of late and am happy to provide a round-up below.
matzoh ball soup
chipotle orange chicken
A couple of notes:
I did not include a vegetable dish in the above list. Generally, I like to serve steamed broccoli or broiled asparagus with our Passover meal. I have linked to a ... read more →