Unorthodox Passover 2015

Hope everyone enjoyed a peaceful and fun holiday weekend. We celebrated Easter at my brother’s. Had I known about the interesting mix at Stacey’s house, I might have invited myself. 😉 Her post was just too fun NOT to share so…enjoy!

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Passover 2015

I don’t like people telling me what to do. Often times, I’ll do the opposite just to prove a point. Probably not one of my better features, but hey, we can’t all be perfect. Since we’re an Interfaith family we like to make up the rules on how to observe our faiths as we go along. The Coffee King doesn’t like to be told what to do either. We’re a good match.

One of the things I’m most proud of is our Unorthodox Passover. That simply means, I serve whatever suits me, usually the catered Passover meal from Wegmans and whatever appetizers and desserts I want. You bet I’m making chocolate cake with flour. No offense, to my Jewish friends out there, but your food is plain old yukky and I say that with love. But who really eats gefilte fish? Have you seen that stuff? When our guests ask what…

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3 thoughts on “Unorthodox Passover 2015

    1. You’re very kind and you’re welcome, too, Carrie. Like you a few weeks back, Stacey’s post showed at a perfect time–I had planned on taking a ‘spring break’ along with my family. This was perfect. Be well. 🙂

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