A Lil Keanu To Bless Us The Weekend
|This Week In Mash-Up America|
Fry up some onion, matzah, eggs, and kimchi. OR make a matzah brei with hot honey, feta, and herbs. OR use Easter leftovers in this kosher-for-Passover Indian dish. We’ve got you covered for a mashy Passover Easter this week.
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