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For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.
For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast

For those of you planning your menu for Passover - or for anyone looking for a quick, tasty appetizer idea- here’s a fun and colorful twist on the traditional Jewish dish, haroset. Haroset is usually a blend of fruit and nuts made during Passover (which starts a week from today). Sometimes chunky, sometimes smooth, it’s often served on matzoh crackers. I replaced the usual apple with beets to rosy things up! It’s a sweet nutty spread, so the radishes on top add a nice bitter balance.

For more Passover menu ideas, check out the Passover Seder we hosted at our cabin in the woods last year.

By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast

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