This delectable haroses - the symbolic "mortar" used to sandwich pieces of matzoh together - is a new feature on my table.Apples, cranberries, raisins and cinnamon. No nuts. There are nut allergies in my home and I'm not fond of the traditional mixture. This haroses is bright, sweet and tart. Great any time with roasted chicken or turkey. One taste and you will see why it is called 'paradise' - (well, it is also catchier than calling it Promised Land Haroses !) - It is wonderful to have around Passover week as a spread on matzoh. It's fresh fruit taste and gorgeous scarlet color is just winning in all ways.
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