The following images are of dishes enjoyed in celebration of both Easter and Passover (few, if any, are Kosher for Passover).
Matzoh ball soup! I managed to acquire this early, because I had a bad cold. Thumbs down to the cold, way up for the soup. Fun fact: after I'd eaten my soup in advance, I completely forgot that Passover had yet to occur.
The best grape juice in all the land:
Plate 1, including roasted potatoes, onions, brussel sprouts, chestnuts, and asparagus.
VM's famous, chocolate-chip studded banana bread:
Plate 2 (leftovers two days later):
Leftover charoseth (can apples fermenting in Manischewitz for 3 days make you drunk at work?):
Peacefood Cafe's Asian greens salad, "seasonal baby Asian vegetables, mixed sprouts, shredded carrots, tomatoes, marinated and baked tempeh, and ground peanuts in a garlic, ginger, cilantro [you can't taste it], ponsu, and sesame dressing." Maybe it was a result of the dehydration I was experiencing at the end (middle) of my cold that I felt like ordering a salad, but it was fantastic.
I was a little disappointed that the "Asian vegetables" seemed only to include shredded cabbage, but the overall dish was really wonderful and exactly what I felt like eating. The inclusion of Peacefood's ubiquitous jicama was fine, but I do believe that's Mexican. The tempeh was phenomenally prepared and the dressing unique and addictive. Now if they could only work on their B rating... (the staff and service was slightly better than usual).
My pal's fried seitan medallion panini, "with cashew, arugula, tomatoes, and pesto" was enjoyed, but I wasn't in the mood to try it; look at me ordering the healthiest lunch at the table.
Sweet and Sara Peeps:
Cinnamon Snail Mexican Hot Chocolate Donuts!
Phew; I think that's it. Well, almost.