In Time for Passover, a Matzo Taste Test

Three local chefs tried four brands of matzo—and one cracker came out on top
Heather Platt • Los Angeles Magazine • March 26, 2021
We enlisted local chefs to suffer through a matzo taste test and decree which flatbreads deserve to be at the top of the flour-power rankings—and which brand is last but not yeast. The Chefs Jeremy Fox brings fine-dining acumen to Eastern European...
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