|A flourless chocolate tarte - no chametz here! L'chaim!|
The heart and soul of Jewish cooking is, as every child of Abraham knows, a mother's cooking. OK, technically, sometimes it's Grandma's cooking or an aunt's, but Jewish women are the ones who traditionally come together and prepare comforting food for high holidays or the weekly Sabbat.
Passover, or Pesach, is the feast of unleavened bread, and the highlight of this Jewish holiday is seder dinner, which takes place the first two nights.
Nowadays, many people go out to nice restaurants that offer traditional seder menus, and Josef's Table in Boca Raton is one such restaurant. In addition, the restaurant is offering a little traditional home cooking in the form of a contest.More »