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“In a way, the stress, strain and ex­pense of Passover are all part of the magic. The foods — es­pe­cially the rit­u­alised seder meals — be­come all the more al­lur­ing for be­ing seen, smelled and tasted only once a year. Matza brei, the soft-yet-crunchy, de­li­cious break­fast made from matza... trans­ports me in­stantly back to the kitchen of my grand­mother, who died two years ago. I miss her, but I feel close to her again when I cook the meals she used to make.” NAOMI AL­DER­MAN, THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16

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