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- n. A paste made of fruits and nuts eaten at Passover, representing mortar.
Hebrew חֲרֽוֹסֶת, from חרס (cheres, "clay"). (Wiktionary)
Celebrate Passover with crowd-pleasing recipes for traditional matzo ball soup and haroseth-braised lamb shanks from award-winning chef Tony Maws of Boston’s Craigie on Main.