Making matzo The start of Passover on Saturday means...

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April 04, 2001|By Liz Atwood

Making matzo

The start of Passover on Saturday means lots of matzo. The Columbia Jewish Congregation is selling the classic cookbook "Matza 101" by Jenny Kdoshim and Debbie Blevans. It features more than 100 matzo recipes. To get a copy, send a check or money order for $18.95 to the Columbia Jewish Congregation, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD 21045.

Kitchen of the past

Ever fantasize about cooking over an open hearth? The Riversdale House Museum in Prince George's County could make your fantasy come true. The museum is looking for people to volunteer one Sunday a month, dressed in period costume, to help re-create a summer kitchen at the 19th-century-plantation mansion. For more information, call 301-864-0420 or log on to www.pgparks.com.

Chefs' life stories

You can learn about the lives of some of America's top chefs with new audiocassettes from Random House Audio Publishing Group. This spring, the company will release abridged versions of Anthony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential" for a suggested retail price of $29.95 and Ruth Reichl's "Comfort Me With Apples" for a suggested price of $25.95.

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