Here’s The Secret To Having A Super Passover Seder

Lean in so I don’t have to shout…



Ready? Here’s the secret:

That’s right. The secret to a super Passover seder is to serve MY charoset*. Seriously.

Want the recipe? It’s in this post.

Not Jewish? No problem: I feel confident that you could impress your family if you just put this out on the table one fine spring evening, just for kicks.

If you are Jewish, I hope you have a Happy Passover!

*I must add, out of respect to my good friend who is hosting the seder tonight (as she does every year) that the other secret to having a super Passover seder is good company, at a lovely home. But she loves my charoset too. Just sayin’.


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  • Michelle

    I think that's a wonderful secret. Does it work for all holidays or just for this particular type of seder? I hope you made enough!

  • Mom24

    I've never sweetened our Charoset. I'm not sure our family could adapt after all these years a different way.

    I'm jealous of your company for Seder. Somehow it just never feels the same when it's just us. I didn't make a dessert this year, I never would have done that if company were coming.

    Of course Mark decides to tell me 20 minutes ago that he would have loved some stewed fruit. *sigh*

    Happy Passover. 🙂

  • Wineplz

    Wow…what's not to like? Sounds delicious and fairly easy to make, and who can say no to a little Manischevitz (or Mogen David)? I'm going to try to make this as part of our Easter dinner!

  • PJ Mullen

    That looks really good, I'm definitely going to try that. A Happy Passover to you and your family.

  • Kim Moldofsky

    Hope your seder was a good one. We're rounding the curve into the homestretch and ready for pizza.