15 April 2006

passover seder, round 1(a preview)

report to follow, pending arrival of photos from my own personal professional photographer...and really, you should try to find one for yourself--they're quite nice to have around.

and the shoelaces?, you ask. its all part of a top secret jewish ritual that i can't reveal to the unlearned masses. or maybe it's just that the laces on my brand new swank shoes broke. drat!

3 Comments:

Anonymous elle said...

great posts on passover...i am up at this ungodly hour eating leftovers from my seder last night-cooked all day and my brisket was TENDER.
yes, i always laugh when grocery stores sell matzoh at rosh hashanna-they even do that in the san francisco area.

3:37 AM  
Blogger Deepfry said...

hi elle. here's to tender brisket! it's amazing what 4 hours in an oven can do to a slab of meet, eh?

as for matzah at rosh hashanah, i always find it disturbing when i go to a non-jewish friend's house and find matzah in their kitchen. the casual eating of matzah outside of the passover-season totally mystifies me. why anyone would choose to eat the stuff makes no sense. blech.

9:15 AM  
Blogger Anna said...

Eliz: It's because matzah brie is yummy! I made it for my parents when I was home for Easter last weekend. Their church had a seder in the Messianic tradition, which was interesting, but the end result was lots of leftover matzah.

2:06 PM  

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