For the first time in a long time this year, my family couldn't get together to celebrate Passover. One recipe we eat every Passover is my mother's homemade chicken soup with matzoh balls. For me, it's the definition of comfort food, so I decided to make it anyway, despite the fact that we weren't having a Seder. I followed Ina Garten's recipe, but I took a few liberties. I didn't have a whole chicken, so I used the boneless chicken breasts I defrosted, and I cheated a little bit by using matzoh ball mix (sorry, Ina). Between the tender vegetables, the fluffy matzoh balls, the shredded chicken, and the fresh herbs, this soup is food for the stomach, heart, and soul. You don't have to be Jewish to love matzoh ball soup, and if you've never eaten it before, I suggest you try it ASAP. It might just change your life. Get the recipe for chicken soup with matzoh balls here.