by Amy Crocker
Lunch is arguably the most difficult meal for an American Jew during Passover. For breakfast you can get away with eggs, for dinner, chicken. But for lunch, how can you replace a good old fashioned sandwich? With a little ingenuity. And, of course, matzo!
To honor this holiday, we present "Kosher Lunch of the Day" to showcase the patently ingenious methods for circumventing leavening. First up: Matzo Pizza.
How to: Spread the tomato sauce and cheese thinly over the bread of affliction. Add toppings as desired. Place in Toaster-Oven or microwave until cheese is melted. When eating, try not to pick the whole thing up at once - the matzo will not hold together. Instead, break off eatable chunks. Keep napkins handy.