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An "in-law of an in-law" created this Passover version of crumb cake recipe. The results are more like a cookie than cake.
Haroset is a fruit-and-wine concoction eaten during the Passover Seder and said to represent the mortar that the Israelites used to build Pharaoh's temples. Here's a flourless cake that uses those flavors to create a dessert perfect for Passover - and with a luscious, thick, Italian sauce (pronounced zah-bahl-YOH-nay).
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While it's true that flour isn't allowed in Passover dishes, it doesn't mean you can't create some stunning desserts. Think beyond traditional cakes, cookies, and pies--there are plenty of sweet treats that don't require leavening. Take, for example, our flourless chocolate cake.
The Jewish holiday of Passover is, at its core, a celebration of life. The roots of the observance were born during the Jewish exodus from Egypt, when God "passed over" the homes of Jews when he was slaying the country's firstborn. To honor this history, during the eight-day span of Passover (which in 2012 begins at sunset on April 6), leavened bread (chametz) is eschewed, but with a some creativity and today's wide availability of matzoh in many forms means you can create a modern, delicious meal with very little trouble.
Not that long ago, putting yourself on a gluten-free diet meant entering into a challenging struggle to find any grain-based foods to eat -- never mind ones that were tasty or affordable. Now, though, going gluten-free has become a popular solution to resolve a number of issues. People with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten intolerance, people on the autism spectrum, and those trying resolve allergy, weight, or mood issues are forgoing gluten.