Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Posts Tagged ‘Passover’

Smoked Eggs for Easter and Passover

Smoked Eggs for Easter and Passover

Photo by Richard Dallett. “Eggs are meant for smoking,” observes Rene Redzepi. Yes, that Redzepi—chef-owner of Denmark’s celebrated Noma—named World’s Best Restaurant three out of the past four years by San Pellegrino. The accomplishment is all the more remarkable for the fact that the kitchen uses only ingredients found within a 50 kilometer (a little over 30 miles) radius of Copenhagen. On a visit to Noma last April, I enjoyed quail eggs smoked with birch wood and hay and lightly pickled with rosehip...

Read more →

Fire It Up for Passover

Fire It Up for Passover

At sundown on April 14, Jews all over the world will celebrate the start of Passover. I’ll be one of them. This eight-day holiday—my favorite in the Jewish calendar—commemorates the escape of the ancient Hebrews from slavery in Egypt and the settling of what would become Israel. It’s a bigger-than-life holiday full of cinematic events: building the pyramids, Pharaoh’s daughters finding baby Moses floating on the Nile, Moses transforming his staff into a serpent, the ten...

Read more →