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HELLO FELLOW PASSOVER CHEFS!!! Every year my mother-in-law has a large first seder (35 people) and every year we have the same food!!! I have offered to bring a new carrot dish, does any one have a simple tasty dish to serve with the main course? Below is a wonderful chocolate layer cake recipe that is easy and fun for kids to help make: DIP ONE SHEET OF MATZAH IN THE WINE AND PLACE ON A PLATTER, SPREAD WITH FROSTING, CONTINUE DIPPING AND LAYERING UNTIL YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH THE HEIGHT OF YOUR CAKE AND FROST THE OUTSIDE AND DECORATE WITH FRUIT OR NUTS OR CHOCOLATE. REFRIGERATE OVER NIGHT SO THE MATZAH HAS TIME TO SOFTEN. REGARDING THE FROSTING, YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN >> KOSHER FOR PASSOVER VERSION OR YOU CAN USE THE STORE BOUGHT KIND IF YOU ARE NOT TOO OBSERVANT. I PERSONALLY AGREE WITH SANDI BROOKS, I FOLLOW PASSOVER TRADITION BUT NOT THE STRICT LAW. LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR CARROT RECIPES, Reformatted by Elaine Radis
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