In many American homes, the traditional Passover seder includes brisket, gefilte fish and chicken soup. But in other parts of the world, Jewish families celebrate with savory stews or treats like chocolate mousse made with olive oil. Join Kojo as we dedicate our weekly discussion on wine and food to the rich and varied delicacies that can be found on Passover tables around the world.

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  • Joan Nathan Cookbook author, "The New American Cooking: 280 Recipes Full of Delectable New Flavors From Around the World as well as Fresh Ways with Old Favorites" (Knopf)
  • James Muir Executive Chef, Rosa Mexicano D.C.

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