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20 Suggestions for Pesah Happiness
anyone who offers to help, let them
repeat after me, dirt is not hametz
once it is cooked, no one can tell the difference between a deckle and a brisket
Barton’s almond kisses
use your grandmother’s dishes
put your shopping list into excel and update yearly
go to seven mile before 10:30am
start early. slow and steady wins the race
give homework to seder attendees
more fruit, less farfel
hol ha moed field trips
keep your dustbuster charged, there will be lots of crumbs
no child ever starved on Pesah from not eating macaroni and cheese
quinoa is your friend
buy an extra dozen eggs, you’ll end up needing them anyway
find one new recipe every year
have a backup afikomen
don’t skip the soup at seder (been there, done that)
when grating horseradish, do it outside
they always run out of Pesahdik chocolate chips, plan accordingly