At America’s Test Kitchen, we think every meal is important. But some occasions call for extra attention, and the Jewish holiday of Passover is one of those occasions. This holiday, which lasts for up to eight days, is all about symbolic foods—those you can't eat and those you're expected to. Observers abstain from eating certain items, including anything that's been leavened, and partake in seders, long meals that feature traditional items such as hard-boiled eggs and matzo.
We asked members of the ATK books team about their fondest Passover memories, their favorite holiday dishes, and what must-have recipe they’ve served at seders past (or will serve in the future). Here's what they had to say.