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Not Purely for Passover

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Tasty kosher wines are widely available for every day of the year

One of the greatest success stories in the wine industry's past 20 years is that of Bordeaux's Château Valandraud, owned by Jean-Luc Thunevin. A relative newcomer to the business (he's a garagiste), Thunevin not only proved that a fancy, centuries-old château wasn't needed to make great wine, he showed it's possible to make a great kosher wine, too.

Although he doesn't make it every year, Thunevin's kosher Valandraud can fetch double the price of his regular St.-Emilion red — which is $300. While a critically acclaimed $600 kosher Bordeaux is something aspirational for your Passover Seder, it isn't necessary, of course. Instead, we suggest you look at all the world's top wine regions — where you'll find several affordable, tasty kosher offerings.

Start with Israel. Check out Dalton and Recanti, both of which make reliably flavorful reds and whites for under $15. But remember that with kosher wine, you needn't stay confined to the Promised Land.

From New Zealand, check out Goose Bay, which makes delicious Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, year after year. Two others we like are Ramon Cardova Rioja 2007 ($14) from Spain, made of 100% Tempranillo, and Borgo Reale Sangiovese di Puglia 2008 ($12) from Italy. Though we haven't tried them, Bordeaux's legendary Rothschild family makes this kosher Malbec in Argentina ($20), as well as a Bordeaux red that clocks in at about one-tenth the price of Valandraud.

Just as Passover is all about escaping oppression, honor the story by breaking free of conventional thinking about kosher wines.

What will you be serving at your Seder? Share your pick below.

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12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


12 Healthy Passover Recipes You'll Actually Want to Eat

Most Jews—observant and otherwise—have heard the running joke that explains why and how we commemorate our people's history: "They tried to kill us, we survived, let's eat." And while we may actually be excited to eat hamentashen on Purum or latkes on Hanukkah, you'd be hard pressed to find anyone who gets pumped for the Passover seder spread. And to be frank, I'm one of those people. When the seder plate parsley with salt-water is your favorite part of the entire meal, something's not right. (One cannot survive solely on a dinner of salty garnishes.)

Thankfully, times are changin'! Jarred gefilte fish and stale-tasting macaroons are no longer the only options for those retelling the Passover tale. Thanks to New York Times bestselling author and recipe developer Elana Amsterdam, easy and healthy Passover recipes are now a thing. They don't taste like cardboard and they're things you'll want to make again and again after the holiday week has passed—and we have the best of her holiday recipe collection below! Peruse the dishes, whip up the ones that make your mouth water, and sit back and wait for the compliments to roll in! And after Pesach is through, be sure to check out these 20 Best-Ever Recipes for Zero Belly to stay healthy and fit all year round.


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