Hi friends, happy Friday, Passover, and upcoming Easter. I hope this is a good weekend for you all. We spent some time in Massachusetts with family for Passover and had our fill of brisket. Every year, around this time, I fall hard for matzo with cream cheese or salted butter, only to forget about it as soon as the holiday ends. Much like my apples and honey craze around Rosh Hashanah, this one doesn’t linger much longer past the required time frame. In any case, I’m hopeful that our farmers’ market has more than just tubers this week – spring onions, perhaps?
Wishing you all a beautiful holiday weekend ahead. See you next week! xo
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