Passover Seder

Passover is a wonderful holiday filled with ancient traditions, but there’s always from for something new. One year, Gabe and I couldn’t find a shank bone for the Seder plate, so we used a bone-shaped cookie cutter!

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6 thoughts on “Passover Seder

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    • Why don’t you just come to Chez Krista for rest and relaxation every once in a while, in between your gigs saving the world? ;)

  2. What a lovely table! And you just helped to remind me that I have some beautiful, brightly-colored Easter eggs in the fridge. Yum! :-)

    • Thank you! Gabe wants to dye Easter eggs so we might be doing that this week sometime. (If only I actually enjoyed eating hardboiled eggs… I might be making a bunch of deviled eggs instead!)

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