haroset


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haroset

(xæˈrəʊsɛt)
n
(Cookery) a variant spelling of charoset
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Haroset, a delicious brick-red mash of apples, nuts,
Without an arsenal of Jewish mothers cooking around the clock and with a full load of coursework to keep us busy, we made do, eating leftover haroset, matzo-ball soup, and canned macaroons.
Jewish culture includes a wide range of symbolic foods: fried foods at Hanukkah, triangle shaped pastries at Purim, cheesecake at Shavuot, haroset at Passover, challah on Shabbat.
For instance, bitter herbs stands for the painful experience of slavery and haroset (a mixture of apples, nuts, raisins, wine and spices) represents the mortar the Israelites used.
Menu includes Whipped Salt Cod and Marinated Olives; Scacchi, a vegetarian Passover pie; Snapper in Saor (marinated fish); Braised Artichokes and Fresh Peas; Hazelnut and Fig Haroset; and Torta di Roso With Recioto.
Let them help you make some of the foods, such as the haroset (a sweet chutneylike dish), and explain their relevance to the ceremony.
When Fein prepares the Seder for 25 people she will make haroset, a Passover recipe that traditionally is a blend of fruits and nuts.
According to Oded Schwartz, haroset originated as a Greek and Roman sauce, adopted by Jews during the Greek and Roman occupation.
As we tucked into our mezze, I realised the proof of Brosh's success really was in the pudding: Haroset ice-cream, fennel, cardamom, roasted hazelnuts and sultanas.
Hors d'oeuvres of lettuce, matzah, and haroset are served.
It matters who piles the matzah high with horseradish and haroset, and w ho is chosen to hide it, and who to find it, and who to subsidize the reward for its discoverer.