Pesach Sponge Cake (big cake)

Google tells me that pesach is another word for Passover. The sponge cake is tagged as “big cake” which I assume means it serves a lot. Pesach Sponge Cake (Big cake) Beat 7 yolks & 2 whole eggs – 10 minutes Add 1 3/4 c sugar Juice-rind-1 lemon Beat 10 minutes, use 2x large eggs … Continue reading

Passover Prune Compote Cake

Prunes really have a bad reputation, but the really are a nice fruit in the plum family. They just happen to be associated with…regularity. They are a blue-black in color, and most people find them dried or stewed. You used to be able to find them fresh, although I think the demand has dropped off … Continue reading

Passover Kugel

Here’s another Passover dish called Kugel. According to Wikipedia, kugel was traditionally a savory pudding made from egg noodles or potatoes. At some point, different regional tastes created sweet kugel with the addition of sugar and cinnamon. This particular one calls for fruits and nuts. The name comes from the early shape which was a … Continue reading

Baked Matzo Rolls

Kicking off a series of recipes that were filed as either Passover or Jewish in one of the collections I acquired, here is a recipe for Baked Matzo Rolls. I’m going to be learning about these traditional foods because I am not Jewish and I didn’t have a lot of exposure to Jewish foods before … Continue reading