Passover Roundup

It’s that time of year again!

 I’ve rounded up some great new items along with some old favorites to help make your seders fun, festive, and stylish.

 Also, I’m thrilled to announce that I’m teaming up with Liz Rueven, founder of Kosher Like Me for two fantastic Passover posts and one fabulous giveaway!!! Look for details on our blogs this coming Thursday and Friday.

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Four Questions Placecards from Almost Makes Perfect

Handmade Seder Plate by Denebeim Studios. Jewish Latin Princess has all the details!

Handmade Seder Plate by Denebeim Studios. Jewish Latin Princess has all the details!

Nicole Eisenman Seder Plate from The Jewish Museum

Nicole Eisenman Seder Plate from The Jewish Museum Gift Shop

Tangram Seder Plate now in mint by Studio Armadillo

Tangram Seder Plate now in mint and yellow by Studio Armadillo

Ripple Effect Matzah Plate by Laura Cowan from The Contemporary Jewish Museum Shop

Ripple Effect Matzah Plate by Laura Cowan from The Contemporary Jewish Museum Shop

Ten Plague Coasters by Matanote

Ten Plague Coasters by Matanote

Passover Buttons by Beaver Buttons

Passover Buttons by Beaver Buttons

Amelia’s Saltsman's latest book The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen helps you prepare the Seder menu with inspiration found from early spring harvests and reflect both Ashkenazic and Sephardic Passover traditions. This year I'm making her Roast Chicken with Tangerines and Olives, Roasted Carrots, Sweet Potato Tzimmes and Spring Green Sauté

Amelia’s Saltsman’s latest book The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen helps you prepare the Seder menu with inspiration found from early spring harvests. This year I’m making her Roast Chicken with Tangerines and Olives, Roasted Carrots with Sweet Potato Tzimmes and Spring Green Sauté.

 Distillery No. 209 is the only distillery in the world to produce a gin and vodka that are both certified Kosher-for-Passover.

Distillery No. 209 is the only distillery in the world to produce a gin and vodka that are both certified Kosher-for-Passover.

Charoset Matzah Toffee Crunch by Roni Sue Chocolates, Chai Five Candies by Raley's Confectionary, Chocolate Frogs by Alma Chocolates, Chocolate Moses by Bond Street Chocolate, and Danny Macaroons all from Mouth Foods

Charoset Matzah Toffee Crunch by Roni Sue Chocolates, Chai Five Candies by Raley’s Confectionary, Chocolate Frogs by Alma Chocolates, Chocolate Moses by Bond Street Chocolate, and Danny Macaroons all from Mouth Foods

For the entire month of April, Challah Hub be posting the very best matzah recipes. if you've got a great recipe (and photo) to share send them a holler via Instagram at @matzahhub.

For the entire month of April, Challah Hub is posting the very best matzah recipes. If you’ve got a great recipe (and photo) to share send them a holler via Instagram at @matzahhub.

Don’t forget to check out Kosher Like Me this Thursday and Florence & Isabelle this Friday for all our juicy Passover giveaway details.

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10 Comments on Passover Roundup

  1. Patsy
    April 3, 2016 at 9:13 pm (1 year ago)

    Love so many of these items! Thank you!!

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  2. Yael
    April 3, 2016 at 11:37 pm (1 year ago)

    What a great roundup! And thank you so much for including me. I wish you a Pesach Kasher v’Sameach …. and a happy cleaning, preparing, and cooking 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  3. David
    April 4, 2016 at 1:21 pm (1 year ago)

    Any good gefilte recommendations??

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    • Helene
      April 5, 2016 at 6:05 am (1 year ago)

      You really have a great roundup !!! Love that tangram seder plate—fun and useful. Want to get that vodka and those chocolate frogs. You always inspire new things for our own seders. Much appreciated. ?

      Reply
  4. Dena @ Chai & Home
    April 7, 2016 at 4:01 pm (1 year ago)

    Great roundup! Thanks for including the Passover Kitchen Papers!!

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  5. Amelia Saltsman
    April 12, 2016 at 1:32 am (1 year ago)

    I always feel hip, elegant, and cool in your company! Thank you for including The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen in this gorgeous roundup. I’m inspired to order some fresh new treats for our Passover table. Our Seder menus are looking mighty similar–although I haven’t decided if i’m going with the chicken or pure & simple brisket….

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    • Julie Levine
      April 22, 2016 at 3:10 pm (1 year ago)

      Thank you Amelia!!! And happy Pesach to you and your family.

      Reply

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