Cary, NC — Passover begins tomorrow evening (Friday, April 3, 2015), while Easter falls on this Sunday (April 5, 2015). Whether you celebrate with Matzoh Ball Soup or an Easter Ham, four CaryCitizen recipes can “serve” as great entrees, sides, or desserts for this weekend’s holidays. Read more
Story by Lindsey Chester. Photo by vanherdehaage.
Cary, NC- Easter is very early this year (March 31) and thankfully here in Cary, the weather will be warm enough to wear your newest Spring outfit and Easter bonnet in the weekends to come. Here’s a list of what’s happening locally. Maybe you’ll spot the Easter Bunny? Read more
Story and recipe by Hal Goodtree.
Cary, NC – Passover, the Jewish holiday commemorating the Exodus from slavery in ancient Egypt, starts on Monday evening. Here’s a family recipe for matzoh ball soup, a staple of the holiday. Read more
Story by Leslie Huffman, photo by grongar.
Cary, NC – Passover is one of my favorite holidays. It has a great story, and is full of wonderful traditions and like most good holidays – a major part of it is “about the food”.
This year, Passover is celebrated from April 18-26. The brisket is always wonderful, the matzah ball soup marvelous, but Passover dessert has always been a challenge.
One of the many “plagues of Passover” is the flourless, dairy-less, tasteless desserts keeping with Passover dietary tradition. The other plague, while not as bad as locusts, is Read more