Let’s face it—it’s hard to get, let alone make healthy meals on a daily basis. We all want to do what’s right for our bodies, but, when we’re constantly on-the-go, we sometimes must settle for faster food options.
We can all agree that, 99% of the time, food and friends around a table invoke cherished conversations and opportunities to connect, whether at first bite or over a full bottle! Yet when the meal's centerpiece dish is one of every generation X or millennial's childhood dreams, a wave of nostalgia carries the tide of dining dialogue.
The Jewish holiday of Passover arrives next weekend. A marker of spring and renewal, our week-long observance inspires the word-of-mouth retelling of our religion's roots. And while we are traditionally commanded to physically and metaphorically experience our ancestors' slavery through rituals of matzah-breaking and horseradish-eating and parsley-dipping, etc., I attest that our kosher-for-Passover breakfasts should not similarly "suffer."
Alex and I received a darling set of liqueur glasses for our wedding (one year ago last weekend!). I've been so obsessed with the daintiness of the petite long-stemmed glassware. And while a tipple of straight brandy or amaro at the end of dinner would absolutely mark a special occasion, I opted to take it to another level!
If you know me well or, at the least, follow me on Instagram, you'll notice that I prefer bread and cheese over chocolate any day of the week. So, when brainstorming a food-focused Valentine's Day DIY that speaks true the holiday while also speaking true to my heart, I found the perfect solution.