These recipes might make matzoh delicious

Matzoh, the traditional unleavened crackers that Jews eat during Passover, is supposed to be the “bread of affliction,” but once the religious ceremonies end, there must be ways to make it tolerable. Here is an article with six recipes that go farther: They look delicious.

Thanks to my friend Rachel Figueroa for spotting this.

What are your matzoh ideas?

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