The Shiksa’s Passover Potluck 2012

Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays, a seven-day springtime festival commemorating the liberation of the Ancient Israelites from Egyptian enslavement. It also happens to be one of my favorite holidays because of the incredible food and family traditions it inspires. This year, I’ll be celebrating the holiday on with a unique annual event called The Passover Potluck. I’ve invited my friends, both Jewish and non-Jewish, to share recipes that are kosher for Passover. My goals are simple– to foster mutual understanding between different cultures, to introduce you to my foodie friends, and to share yummy recipes and cooking ideas for Passover!

I’ll be linking up the 2012 Passover Potluck recipes to this page as they go live here:



March 19: Mary Goldberg’s Passover Mandel Bread

March 20: Eating Rules, Mock Chopped Liver

March 21: Potato Crusted Roasted Vegetable Pie

March 22: Mini Caprese Salads

March 23: Passover Sweet and Sour Meatballs

March 23: Roasted Mushroom Quinoa Risotto

March 25: Perfect Chicken Soup with Three Matzo Ball Recipes

March 26: Imam Bayildi

March 27: Saffron Matzo Balls

March 28: Sephardic Charoset Truffles

March 29: Holiday Brisket

March 29: PBS Food – Spice Up Your Seder with Sephardic Flavors

March 30: Beetroot & Maitake Stew with Turmeric Quinoa

March 30: Elijah’s Cup Passover Craft

April 1: Afikoman Bag Passover Craft

April 1: Passover French Toast

April 2: Bitter Herb Cocktail

April 3: Vegetable Matzo Pie

April 4: Flourless Chocolate Hazelnut Cake

April 5: Slow Cooker Brisket with Chipotle Cranberry Sauce

April 8: Chicken with Prunes and Oregano

April 9: Tori Cooks Healthy Passover Recipes on 7Live!

April 10: 40 Clove Roast Chicken

April 11: Fish Soup

April 12: Greek Infused Quinoa Salad

April 13: Cheese Roulade with Caramel Chocolate Glaze


Discover my super amazing guest bloggers by checking out the list of links below. Share your favorite recipes on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Twitter under the hashtag #passoverpotluck. Help us spread the word about this fun recipe sharing event!


Black Girl Chef’s Whites

Cooking Healthy for Me

Cooking on the Weekends

Cook Kosher

Cravings of a Lunatic

Dinner in Venice – Kosher Italian Food

Domestic Fits

Eating Rules

Eat, Play, Love – Our Family Food Adventures

Geez Louise

Ilke’s Kitchen

Joy of Kosher

Levana Cooks

Little Ferraro Kitchen

Sippity Sup

Sunday Morning Banana Pancakes

Taste with the Eyes

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  1. Sooo glad I found your site. I am making Easter dinner for my beau’s side of the family but wish to keep Passover dietary laws… I just found out the lamb I am making is a no-no according to my Ashkenazie heritage …. Oh well… I sure don’t remember ever eating Lamb on Passover, but the menu is planned and my signif other doesn’t think Brisket is a real festive Easter meal. I will not allow Pork!
    I found your mock chopped liver recipe and am so excited to make and serve it. Thanks so much for the pix. got it! Gt the whole way everything needs to be cooked.. excellent and thanks again!!

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