The latest episode of Fork You is up (we’re just churning them out these days) and it’s a good one. In it we blend the traditions of both Judaism and Christianity to bring you a little bit from the Easter table and a bit more from a Seder spread. The ham comes first, followed by a apple matzoh kugel (think bread pudding) and charoset (finely cubed apple, chopped almonds, a little honey and lots of spices).
I managed to feed most of these leftovers to the itinerant bluegrass band that wandered through here last weekend, but I kept the charoset for myself, eating it for breakfast for several days. It traditionally a Passover recipe, but it’s one of those things that’s really good all year round.