Ugh, Passover. I’ll admit, you’re not my fave. You deprive me of my favorite food group — bread — and well, unfortunately you just can’t compete with other Jewish holidays (shout out Hanukah.) Then again, any opportunity to reunite with family gets a pass in my book, and of course, if the holiday has one redeeming quality, it’s the amazing, hours-long seder dinner that kicks it off. I’m conditioning my appetite for the multi-course smorgasbord starting now, and fantasizing about all the yummy food we’ll hopefully be eating. To our seder hostess, might you consider a few of the mouth-watering suggestions below (wink wink)?

Gluten Free Cauliflower Tabbouleh, Camille Styles

Beet Haroset, The Forest Feast

Matzo Ball Soup, Bon Appetit

Quinoa Cranberry Mandarin Salad, Jewish Food Hero

Beet, Fennel and Orange Salad with Maple-Mustard Dressing, Jewish Food Hero

Sweet Potato Gratin, Ottolenghi

Roasted Salmon and Garlic with Pickled Fennel, Katie Turpin

Homemade Corned Beef, Natasha Lawler

Potato Kugel Gratin, Martha Stewart

Lemon Garlic Roasted Chicken and Potatos, The Cafe Sucre Farine

Grilled Side of Wild Salmon, Bon Apetit

Flourless Almond Cookies, Panning the Globe

Kosher for Passover Apple Pistachio Cake, Jewish Food Hero

Raspberry Macaroons in Chocolate Shells, Martha Stewart

Coconut Almond Mazto Crack, Eat First Worry Later

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