May 25, 2015


Food & Drink

Rising to the occasion

Passover desserts can't involve dairy or leavening agents, but you can still end your seder on a sweet note

Dark Chocolate Bark (on white plate),  Forgotten Kisses (on blue plate) and Candied Orange Peel (on leaf shaped dish.)

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Dark Chocolate Bark (on white plate), Forgotten Kisses (on blue plate) and Candied Orange Peel (on leaf shaped dish.) Photo Store

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