Jake Cohen's Passover Board

Jake Cohen's Passover Board

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NYC food writer and critic Jake Cohen created this beautiful spread specifically for a Passover gathering--and here’s what he had to say about it: “I'm treating this board as my modern Seder plate! The items of the Seder plate are all representative of aspects of our Jewish history as slaves in Egypt--all the cheeses are sheep's milk as a nod to the lamb shank. The date-roasted walnuts are a tribute to Mizrahic charoset, which is just chopped walnuts and date syrup. Grapes represent wine, and finally, a curly parsley garnish that you're actually supposed to eat!”
  • Prep Time : 25 min.
  • Assembly Time : 5 min.
  • Total Time : 30 min.
  • Serves: 10

Components

  • GARNISH
  • Parsley
  • 1 ea. apple for charoset

DATE-ROASTED WALNUTS COMPONENTS

Prep

  1. Remove cheeses from fridge one hour before serving.
  2. Make the Date-Roasted Walnuts using the Great Taste Recipe .
  3. Create a small portion of charoset by chopping an apple into small pieces, chopping two Date-Roasted Walnuts, and combining all ingredients with a drizzle of Date Syrup.
  4. Cut the Brebisrousse D'argental and Casa Madaio Calcagno into even-sized slices, and triangle cut the Pyranees Brebis
  5. Chop the parsley for garnish.

Assembly

  • On a round board, place three jars equidistant around the perimeter in a triangle shape. Between the jars, shingle the cheeses in three lines from the outer edge of the board pointing inwards.
  • Ring the jars with sea salt crackers, and create a pile of everything crackers in the middle, like a blooming flower. Fill the space to the right of the jar between the jar and cheese with Date-Roasted Walnuts
  • Fill the empty space to the left of each jar with parsley
  • Fill one jar with Dijon Mustard, one with Date Syrup, and one with homemade charoset.

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