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Passover Dinner (Monday) Passover Dinner (Monday)
April 02, 2007

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Over Passover, Jews Eat History at Chef Allen’s

Our Passover Seder plate will feature not one but three different types of Harosets- a sweet fruit, nut and wine mixture, reflecting the diversity of Judaism throughout the world include Venetian, Caribbean, and Yemenite Jewish family influences.

Jewish food tells a story of its people each day of the week, but more so on holidays. Foods considered leavened are forbidden, during the Passover celebration. The essence of Passover is the celebration of freedom.

We are serving Seder dinners at Chef Allen’s, for the first 2 nights of Passover on April 2 and 3. The menu tells the story. The remained of the Passover week we will serve foods appropriate for Passover. Proceeds from the Seders are donated in honor of Chef Allen’s grandmother to the Rose Rosenkranz Philanthropic League to benefit those less fortunate families, to bring them Passover foods.

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