A variety of dishes that go way beyond matzo
Passover is the oldest continuously celebrated holiday in the world, which means the vast majority of Passover customs are hundreds, if not thousands, of years old. This collection of recipes includes classic and modern dishes, both for the seder and the following week. We followed a basic interpretation of the Passover requirements, so be sure to adjust our recipes accordingly if you adhere to additional restrictions.
To start, we have Easy Braised Brisket, which is simmered in tomatoes and kalamata olives until meltingly tender. This recipe is a great main dish for seder, and you can re-heat leftovers throughout the week.