Get rid of your chametz - Passover starts tonight with First Seder! Although the week-long holiday prohibits non-kosher food, there's plenty of deliciousness to go around. Wine, charoset, and roasted lamb, anyone?
Matzo, unleavened bread, is a staple of any Passover menu. In fact, it's requisite at first Seder. Traditionally, this is not the most appealing of grains. It is often made with only two ingredients: flour and water. But some slight variations make this bread considerably more bearable - especially if those variations involve balling it up and plopping it into some Matzo Ball Soup. For some flavorful, al dente Matzo Balls, check out Jewish culinary guru Joan Nathan's tutorial with the New York Times.
If you don't want to be stuck in the kitchen rolling up grain balls for the entirety of Passover, there are a few kosher-friendly restaurants around town. CBS Atlanta's list names some promising spots, like Ou for U, The Kosher Gourmet, and Fuego Mundo. And Atlantic Station's Rosa Mexicano will be celebrating "Passover A La Mexicana," with menu specials throughout the week and a cooking demo/luncheon on Saturday. This very well may be your only chance to eat beef tongue with Veracruz sauce and matzo fritters.
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