It's the most wonderful time of the year (you know how the song goes). The cold, chilly, winter weather finally got the hint, the sun is shining at full force, and Passover has begun; the holiday where we retell the story of the Jew's exodus from Egypt. I equate my feelings about Passover with the excitement little children feel on Christmas morning. I started prepping weeks in advance by cleaning the kitchen, separating out the not Kosher for Passover (K for P) food, making daily trips to the grocery store for specialty items, and cooking up a storm to make sure we have delicious meals for the week.
I promised when I started this blog to review all kinds of recipes, not just the paleo/primal ones. Until now, I have not help that promise, but hopefully this review makes up for it! A recent meeting of the cookbook club David and I belong to provided a great excuse to step outside my culinary comfort zone and try something new. The dinner was a Halloween themed Friendsgiving (attempting to celebrate two holidays in one night), where we all picked a recipe from The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays.
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