Charoset is a traditional Jewish dish eaten during the Passover Seder.  It symbolizes the clay that the enslaved Hebrews used in ancient Egypt to make bricks for the Pharoah’s store houses and supply centers. You’re probably thinking, why would I want to prepare a dish that’s akin to gritty clay?  The coarsely chopped apples and walnuts are the only thing remotely close to the creation … Continue reading Charoset