WASHINGTON — The kitchen at Fiola on Pennsylvania Avenue, in Northwest D.C., is bustling. Chef Fabio Trabocchi and his team are busy preparing for the restaurant’s second Passover Seder. But unlike many traditional American Seder…
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
The Jewish holiday of Passover began Monday and lasts eight days. While Jews avoid all things leavened, there are several local restaurants with Passover-friendly meals.
Like any important gathering that involves family, friends and food, wine plays an important role. So the wine you pour for your particular celebration should be as joyous as the occasion itself.
A lot of eggs will be served and used this weekend for Easter and Passover — and there\’s an art to making a good, hard-boiled one.