national macaroon day

5 ways to incorporate these tasty treats into your Modern Jewish Wedding Today is National Macaroon Day.  Macaroons are small unleavened cakes (Kosher for Passover, anyone) with a crispy outer layer and a moist, chewy center.  According to The Nibble, the first macaroons were almond meringue cookies similar to today’s amaretti, with a crisp crust and a soft interior. Because they are made from egg whites and almond paste (with no flour or leavening agent…

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best passover wines 2016

Just in time for Passover, we’ve got seven great Kosher wines to pair with your traditional seder. We called on Yosef Silver, VP of Marketing for the JCommerce Group, to share his top picks. You’ll find them below and on our Passover Essentials Pinterest Board. The best part? You can order all of them online at kosherwine.com and have them delivered to your doorstep. Use code MJW5 to get an extra 5% off and free shipping on all cases. P.S….

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happypassover

We’re starting to get into the Passover spirit today.  We’ll be back tomorrow with another all new Modern Jewish Wedding. Styled Passover Seder for 70 people The party was held at the Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, The second floor patio was tented to create an ideal location to seat more than 70 guests. The centerpieces were created out of food that is riutally used on the seder plate along with flowers. They included lettuce,…

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national macaroon day

5 ways to incorporate these tasty treats into your Modern Jewish Wedding This Sunday, May 31, is National Macaroon Day.  Macaroons are small unleavened cakes (Kosher for Passover, anyone) with a crispy outer layer and a moist, chewy center.  But, this flourless treat has really come up in the world since the day of the Bubbe’s coconut macaroons. Want to include this now trendy Parisian treat in your Modern Jewish Wedding?  We’re showing you how!…

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Styled Passover Seder for 70 people The party was held at the Huntley Hotel in Santa Monica, The second floor patio was tented to create an ideal location to seat more than 70 guests. The centerpieces were created out of food that is riutally used on the seder plate along with flowers. They included lettuce, bitter herbs, Matzos, the Iranian (Sephardic) version of Charoset. The menu included another Sephardic tradition: Persian Rice with saffron.The Kosher…

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