A Traditional Passover Seder

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A Traditional Passover Seder

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  1. Quartering a whole chicken—which you'll need to do for the Apricot and Currant Chicken—is simple. Learn how in the gallery »
  2. Part of what makes Aunt Gillie's Matzo Ball Soup so delicious is the veggie-laden broth, which can be made a day ahead and refrigerated.
  3. The only trick to the Cooked and Raw Vegetable Salad is creating contrasting flavors and textures. Feel free to experiment with whatever vegetables are available in your area.
  4. To learn more about Passover and the traditional feast, read Julie Wilson and Cynthia Psarakis's article, A Story of Food and Freedom.