by Marni Fogelson
Passover’s associated dietary restrictions are admittedly easier to follow today with so many of us on Paleo, gluten-free, low-carb, or other diets that regularly eschew bread and baked goods. While you can also find plenty of boxed kosher for Passover options at most grocery stores, nothing tastes quite as delicious as made-from-scratch creations, preferably cooked by your grandma. We can’t provide the matriarchal figure, but we have found recipes that will make you a gracious hostess or a welcome guest at the Passover table. Pull out the Manishevitz and get ready to menu plan for the festivities.