Eastern Europeans love their Easter Ham, along with the Kobasa (smoked pork sausage), eggs, Paska, and all the other goodies, they arrange in their Easter Basket for blessing, and then feast on it, during Easter Sunday brunch.
If you have been checking out my previous posts, and printed out some great recipes to try out for Passover, you will be happy to know that I saved a fabulous one for this post.
I am told that this recipe for Chocolate Toffee Matzos has been mentioned, several years back, on the Dallas Morning News, and my friend was so kind to share it with me.
Most holidays, no matter if they are religious or secular, include large gatherings of family and friends, and lots of food to share with everyone.
Today I will share another recipe from Andi, for Vegetarian Matzoh Lasagna, which she prepares for their Passover gathering.
My friend Andi, shared her recipe for a One Step Sponge Cake, she bakes for their Passover dessert, served after Seder.
This is my first cake baking experience with using Matzoh Meal, instead of regular flour.
Potatoes are a very popular vegetable for the Irish, so I will be sharing a recipe for Irish Potato Pancakes, which I found in a “Simply Potatoes” cook/craft book.
I loved the bacon flavoring, and the tangy taste created by the cheddar cheese.