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Posted: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 10:00 am

For some of us, a certain measure of austerity is associated with the Passover holiday. Just as our people were forced to eat unleavened bread after escaping from slavery in Egypt, we forgo bread and other leavened products in favor of matzah for a week. 

At the same time, restaurant chefs, cookbook authors and home cooks alike have been embracing the idea that cooking on Passover does not need to be inherently bland – and can even be upscale.

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