To all my friends who may not be familiar with Old Testament cuisine, matzoh is the unleavened bread that the Jews were in the midst of making when they had to quickly leave Egypt and didn't have time to wait for the yeast to work. If you go into most any New York City delicatessen and ask the waiter what matzoh brie is, he'll probably say "scrambled eggs and matzoh!" Period!! I would prefer to think of matzoh brie as the Jewish answer to French toast. So, please, don't wait for Passover to enjoy this wonderful treat. You can have it for breakfast, brunch, or even a midnight snack...anytime of the year. Many people, including me, enjoy a savory version (and at the end of the recipe instructions, I have that version), but, I'm usually in the mood for sweet, so, I like my matzoh brie sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar and accompanied with orange marmalade.