In the past I've been so preoccupied with finding recipes and cooking for holiday meals that I've typically posted AFTER the do! How helpful is that - not very, if you're looking for something new to add to your table.
So this year I'm trying to be more helpful and share some dishes that have graced our Passover Seders over the years (with some dishes that will continue to do so this year).
You can check out all the dishes at last year's seder and this menu from the one we had the year before. And, in case you're having overnight guests, here's a fantastic brunch menu
And here are some stars that will definitely hit this year's table...
Joanna's Stuffed Leg of Lamb (if she doesn't make this there will be a riot at the table). Hopefully this year I'll actually get the recipe for the stuffing and a good picture to share....don't hold your breath though, she usually makes this sort of timed to be ready when we actually start to eat. Here's a recipe for Garlic & Rosemary Studded Roast Leg of Lamb...it's her starting point.
Gefilte Fish (this year is special - I actually will make my own) served on Springtime Green Salad with Asparagus & Sugar Snap Peas
Gingery Carrots and perhaps potato kugel, or some variation, and naturally some green veggie, depending on what looks great at the market.
Next week I'll be making desserts...another first for me. I'll keep you posted.