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April 06, 2006 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-04-06

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A SEPHARDIC SEDER

Bring new flavors to the Passover table.

WRITTEN AND STYLED BY ANNABEL COHEN I PHOTOGRAPHY BY ARMANDO RIOS

Figs, dates, raisins and other dried
with almonds and other nuts
ads are common ingredients in
ic charoset. Other flavors come
, garlic, olive oil and honey.
itted Sephardic kiiniyot(food

"'forbidden to Ashkenazim on Passover)
include caraway seeds, chickpeas, corn,
dried beans and peas, green beans,
lentils, mustard, rice, sesame seeds,
sunflower seeds and soy beans.

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