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There are a lot of voices in the food world right now.

For those in search of a change of pace this Passover, look no further than these tasty morsels. Any white-fleshed fish will do--we use tilapia since it is so economical. We love them with nam prik, the traditional table sauce of Thailand. It is served with vegetables, stirred into soups, and used as a sauce for rice, noodles, meat, or fish.

Much is made of the humble egg this time of year. And why not? In terms of symbols for growth, regeneration, and promise, the egg may be the most logical choice. I'm still not sure about the whole rabbit thing, but I'll play along since they're so adorable...and prolific.

Coconut macaroons are the poster child of Passover desserts. You'll see the occasional nutty, egg-leavened torte or sorbet, but we all keep coming back to the macaroon.

With Passover just around the corner and Spring taking its sweet time this year in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, we thought it would be a good time to revisit our old, comforting friend: Matzo Ball Soup. You can fancify this recipe any way you please...

The sap is rising. We're moving into a brighter, warmer season, casting off the cumbersome and unwieldy. I envision a collective unburdening--people liberated from their turtlenecks and woolen mittens, dusting off their lives, and putting on something vastly more comfortable.

I need no excuse to heavily season dishes when everyone lets me... I love curries, moles, adobo-type brasies, and pretty much anything else that requires a chin-stroking perusal of the spice cabinet. But as Spring approaches, even I start making simpler preparations to highlight one of our favorites: nice, crisp asparagus.

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