In my family when they hear prime rib for dinner they all come running. From my husband at age 65 to my grandson at age 2 we devour a roast. I try and make a roast bigger than I need as leftovers are delicious warmed or as a cold sandwich.
I’m not a big fan of traditional Passover desserts. Lots of eggs, orange and lemon. Every year I try to rework one of my favorite non Pesach desserts into a new holiday favorite. This cheesecake is this year’s successful adaptation. Add fruit to the top (optional).
Chopped liver is a Stern/Glasser favorite served as an appetizer at family gatherings. Kosher for Passover it’s special ingredient is schmaltz. Schmaltz, rendered chicken fat, is a staple in traditional Jewish cooking. Although a lot of people refrain from using schmaltz because it’s considered artery clogging, to me there are certain recipes from the past that just taste better made the old fashioned way.