My favorite starter is fish because the first course in my mother’s home was always fish and vegetables cut in small pieces that absorbed the sauce better.
The fillet is on top of the vegetables that are comfortably bathing in the wonderful sauce.
We are asked to abstain ourselves and not to take a second serving because there is plenty more. When they took the pot away, we followed it with looks of yearning…
But, there are people who cannot stand fish. For them, Mom prepared Stuffed Cabbage.
Another possibility for a first course is a good soup. It is a light start, and I know some people (like myself!) who can finish a whole meal and ask for a soup.
The main course is a good portion of meat, very soft meat with great flavors.
Not everybody is prepared to invest so much into cooking, so here is a casserole of potatoes and meat.
I am offering you a number of choices to choose from, so here are lamb chops.
And here is some good chicken.
Another variety of chicken is chicken in sauce.
There is no dinner without rice.
Vegetables (lots of them!)
I am adding here the Crispies, but instead of breadcrumbs,
I use Matza Flour. You decide if you want them as side dish.
Mushrooms, an easy and tasty dish
A beautiful Harosset
It’s time for salads
Stripes of pickled pepper
A wonderful salad
The best cake for Passover