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I made a stew of fresh favas, spring onions, the first local asparagus of the season, and fiddleheads as a main course last night. Alas no morels here until next week. I did not miss the brisket, which I am sure will be served at the seder I attend this evening. Two seders, two dietary extremes.
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That sounds amazing. I did chicken with tarragon and a carrot-white bean salad with dill.
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One thing I like about Passover is getting some of the Kosher wine from California and Israel, which are 13-14%.

 

Nothing like sausages and matzo rolls for Passover. I'll stick with the whole no bread version of Passover, the rest of the rules go out the window.

 

What is funny, I was in Austin during SXSW and every grocery store had stuff out for Passover already. Plus they had a better kosher section than the grocery store, than the one near my house. I am stuck traveling into the city, which is a hassle.


My family have been drinking the same medium sweet for like, 30 years. I'd like to try something different. Recommendations?

 

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I made a stew of fresh favas, spring onions, the first local asparagus of the season, and fiddleheads as a main course last night. Alas no morels here until next week. I did not miss the brisket, which I am sure will be served at the seder I attend this evening. Two seders, two dietary extremes.

Sounds delish.
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Originally Posted by ettebe View Post

One thing I like about Passover is getting some of the Kosher wine from California and Israel, which are 13-14%.

 

Nothing like sausages and matzo rolls for Passover. I'll stick with the whole no bread version of Passover, the rest of the rules go out the window.

 

What is funny, I was in Austin during SXSW and every grocery store had stuff out for Passover already. Plus they had a better kosher section than the grocery store, than the one near my house. I am stuck traveling into the city, which is a hassle.


My family have been drinking the same medium sweet for like, 30 years. I'd like to try something different. Recommendations?

 



I had a really good one from Baron Herzog last year, I just wished I could remember which one it was. I got a new one yesterday from Israel, I have yet to try it. I'll open it soon and give it a try.

 

[update]: Just opened the bottle of Barkan Classic - Carbernet Sauvignon. It is a little sweeter than normal red wines, but it is for sure better than the traditional kosher wines that are for Passover.

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