Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Nice seder last night

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Nice neighbors invited me to their long and bountiful seder table last night.


No noodles in the chicken soup; that's forbidden food all this Passover week.
Fluffy matza balls are much much better anyway! 


I brought to the seder a box of three special hand-made matzas from Kfar Chabad. 
The historic bakery in Kfar Chabad is the world's largest producer of hand-make matzot. 


Matza shmurah is baked quickly in a brick oven like in the picture. 
Its interesting story is explained in my post from last Pesach. 
But the main thing, as the box says, is "Get a taste of freedom," freedom from slavery in ancient Egypt and from all kinds of things that shackle our growth today.
Chag sameach--happy Pesach! 
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(Linking to ABC Wednesday.)
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17 comments:

Leslie: said...

Looks delicious! Glad you had a nice time.

Leslie
abcw team

Hildred said...

A lovely table of traditional food.

Tania said...

Looks good! Happy Pesach!

William Kendall said...

It looks like quite a meal!

Dina said...

Please note that these are just the little salads and symbolic foods on the table at the beginning. After reading the first part of the Hagadda, that's when the meat and main dishes are brought out.

Roger Owen Green said...

I did seder last year. Interesting history and symbolism
ROG, ABCW

carol l mckenna said...

Wonderful post for N ~ enjoying learning about the seder foods ~ my friend and her family will have their Seder Sat night and she was sharing what foods they will have ~ thanks,

Wishing you a Happy Week ~ ^_^

Kate said...

It is certainly important and of interest to non-Jews, too.

zongrik said...

taim

Petrea Burchard said...

Mmmmmmmmmatza balls!

A happy and peaceful Passover to you, Dina.

Alice said...

A happy Passover to you and your family Dina

Melody Steenkamp said...

How wonderful.... to be that welcome and join that delicious meals.

Have a nice ABC-day / -week
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Sandi said...

Why is tonight like no other night? I heard this referenced in a movie once and it gave me chills. Good chills.



Ann said...

So wonderful to be invited by neighbors, that's what brotherly love is.
Ann

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

What a lovely meal and special time to be with neighbors.

Janis
GDP

Tom said...

...this week I heard a wonderful piece on Public Radio about all the Passover foods, very interesting.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Happy Passover Dina, the table looks splendid and I'm sure the company even more so.