Friday, April 18, 2008

Passover Foods

Ariella said it, I didn't:

Ariella Marcus from April 17, 2008 tells it all in Jewish World Review:
There's no reason to be bashful about saying it: Passover is probably the only Jewish holiday that's both loved and dreaded. Those who strictly observe the 8-day celebration, enjoy the annual spiritual boost it provides. There's the traditional Seder(s) where family and friends gather, of course. But then there's the remainder of the week. With chametz — leavened products — forbidden, menus are limited. Matzah is a staple. So are potatoes and chicken and meat. And how can one forget the miracle of macaroons? Being at the mercy of Manischewitz … well, don't get me started
Kugel Recipes can be found at this link.

Daffodils and grape hyacinths in our garden.

May we all have a blessed Passover Meal today.

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