Passover began at Sundown on Monday which means I've become fascinated with the nuances of Kosher for Passover. I have two matzoh-based recipes that I was going to try earlier in the week - a Nettle Pesto and Matzoh Brittle. Our friends are getting ready to move, so I'm going to whip up a Kosher for Passover brunch (this means no bacon). Undaunted, I'm going to experiment with a matzoh-based frittata (the fallback will be steak and eggs). Keep your fingers crossed I'm super productive tomorrow morning.
We went to two Seders hosted by friends this week and will be finishing up Passover on Monday with a Passover-inspired meal at one of our favorite restaurants, Mission Beach Cafe. I took photos of each Seder table as well as our dinner in case you're curious.
I *finally* finished the second issue of Anthology Magazine (one of my guilty pleasures). There were so many gorgeously styled studios and offices featured that I wanted to read it cover to cover and savor each article; so, it was my bedtime reading for the past couple of weeks. I really need to get back to organizing cubes' office (aka transforming it from a storage room into a functional workspace) before I start "styling" my space.
We ate out a lot two weeks ago and I've fallen behind on sharing. This week I'll get caught up and share my favorite candy store, as well as an Asian-Indian fusion restaurant. And I let you know if our matzoh-based recipes were a success or a flop (or a complete non-starter). For now I'm off to celebrate my gram's 90th birthday.
Credits: All images taken by Eden Hensley Silverstein for Recipes for the Good Life.