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How can I be kosher?

Lisa Bee | Mar 22, 2002 05:42 PM

I have been invited to a seder at a friend's house. She has given me the green light to bring macaroons (Cooking Light has a recipe this month for apricot almond macaroons...drool), but as I am not Jewish and my home is not kosher - which my friend is well aware of - I want to make sure I am baking as kosher as possible.

How may I go about baking something given this caveat? I will, of course, purchase kosher for Passover ingredients. If I purchase new baking sheets, bowls and utensils is that "acceptable"? Do I need to scour my oven? My kitchen? My house? Should I just pick something up from my local Jewish bakery instead?

Many grateful thanks for any advice, Hounds.

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