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Blending Tradition and Change Across the Generations on ReformJudaism.org

04/02/2019 12:13:09 PM

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People often tell me I’m crazy when I tell them that Passover is my favorite Jewish holiday. The reason is that it is a holiday so steeped in home and family ritual so that everyone’s celebrations are personally meaningful and unique. So grateful to be able to share a glimpse of my family’s Seder on ReformJudaism.org: Blending Tradition and Change Across the Generations. 

Here is the recipe for my family's Charoset:

Nona's Sephardic Charoset

Ingredients:

1 cup pitted dates

½ cup walnuts

1 medium apple, peeled and diced

1 teaspoon cinnamon

3 or 4 tablespoons sweet Passover wine (Blackberry Maneshevitz preferred)

1 teaspoon of unsweetened applesauce

 

Combine all ingredients in a food processor; process until finely chopped into a paste.

 

This post originally appeared on the blog of ReformJudaism.org. 

Chag sameach!

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