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Passover Granola
Temple Beth Elohim (Wellesley) College Connection
Food Editor's note: This is the winner of the Passover 2004 ShalomBoston Recipe Contest! You will be totally hooked on this!  Enjoy it for breakfast, snacks, any time!
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!

Ilene Gilbert's Lemon Meringue Dessert
Norene Gilletz
Food Editor's notes:  This is a spectacular dessert for a Passover seder!  It tastes like a frozen lemon meringue pie, but it looks so elegant when released from its springform pan and placed on a beautiful platter.  No one will expect a dessert like this to end a seder meal, but it really is perfect – sweet and tangy, cool and refreshing, light, and delicious! 
Chicken Olivia
Diane Bromberg
Food Editor's Note: My foodie colleague Julie Weisman contributed this recipe, which is great for Passover because it can bake in the oven while you're telling the story of the Exodus.  And if Julie says it's delicious, then you can be sure it is!  The addition of butternut squash is a nice twist.

Spinach Vegetable Kugel
Norene Gilletz
The vegetables for this colorful, vitamin-packed kugel can be prepared quickly in the food processor.  Double the recipe for a large crowd.  It's a winner!  Use frozen spinach instead of fresh if you prefer.  Food Editor's notes: Moist, flavorful, pretty, and healthy to boot - you can't beat this for a side dish, even year-round!
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