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Strawberry Rhubarb Compote with Matzah Streusel Topping
Samuel Stolper and Katie Rae Mulvey
Food Editor's notes:  Strawberries and rhubarb make an awesome combination - sweet and tart together - and the streusel mellows the strength of both.  This is a lip-smacking dessert for a seder or any meal, and was great in the pareve version we tested.

Charoset Around the World
Ivy Marwil
I love all of these versions of charoset. I usually make at least 5 of them each Pesach. It adds a lot of fun to the seder and everyone looks forward to trying the new tastes each year. Food Editor's note: Just the thought of 13 different types of charoset on one page was too much to pass up! Choose a couple to serve at your seder to liven up the pre-meal ritual!
Matzah Caramel Crunch
Judy Shankman
This recipe is from my late Aunt Hazel, of blessed memory. Everyone who indulges in this sweet treat loves it and requests the recipe. It wouldn't be Passover in my family without it.  Food Editor's notes: Trust me - this is THE one recipe you must make for the seder - infinitely better than store-bought chocolate-covered matzah!
Quinoa Pilaf

Norene Gilletz
This dish is excellent for Passover, when it's nearly impossible to find grains that are allowed as a side dish.  Lemon juice and parsley pair perfectly with the quinoa and vegetables.  Food Editor's note: Quinoa, though considered a grain, is kosher for Passover, as it has been determined through great halachic investigation to be impervious to leavening.


Chicken with Apricots and Figs
Suzanne Weixel
Food editor's notes:  This is an easy, elegant dish that is well-suited for a Passover seder or other special occasion. You can marinate the chicken in advance, pop it in the oven 45 minutes to an hour before you want to serve it, and make a dramatic entrance with an unusual, but delicious entrĂ©e.
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