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It was interesting to read this week that a staggering number of Israeli’s — 70% — say they have hummus in their fridge. It got me wondering how many of those tubs of hummus were store bought. Probably most.
When we slather our mothers with chocolaty tributes on Mother’s Day, we will be stepping onto a chocolate trail pioneered by Jewish mothers before us, notably Rebecca Gomez of the 18th-Century Colonial Period.
If you’re like me, you have so much matzo in the house that you’ll be snacking on the stuff for at least two weeks after Passover has ended. This year, I wanted to experiment a little bit and find a different way to enjoy the abundance of leftover unleavened bread. These fried balls of matzo are a take on Indian chickpea fritters and make a delicious snack or appetizer.
I owe my family a batch of macaroons. My son Teddy and his friend Halle were hovering in the kitchen when I took these beauties out of the oven, scarfing the leftover chocolate chips and giggling conspiratorially, as they always do when they’re together.