There are few opportunities for kosher foodies to pig out, but Passover is an exception. The week-long Jewish holiday is here again, and there's an abundance of non-pig options for followers of the faith and dairy-detesting vegans to celebrate.
Here's a list of prescribed menus on SFoodie's Passover checklist:
Old World Food Truck Popup at La Victoria Bakery & Cafe, 2937 24th Street: Along with the traditional dishes, this Passover popup is dishing out a lamb roast with fresh veggies. Its flourless dessert options include a meringue served with berries and named for the famous Russian ballet dancer, Pavlova, and a traditional matzah bark. Why a fatty dessert was named after a skinny woman– no one knows. Reservations available on April 6 and April 7, buy tickets ($45 per guest) on Eventbrite.