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    Who's thinking about Pesach?

    Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:12 pm Groupie
    I did some shopping the other week. Of course, for us, to get a better selection, we need to drive to the Chicago area. I went with a friend and we came home with a car full of food.

    Right now I'm trying to decide on the dessert recipes for 1st seder as that is my assignment. I've gotten my usual supplies but have had to get a few additional items this week, the KFP margarine, cocoa and baking powder. Now, I think I'm set.

    I've got enough matzo for DS to have matzo pizza to his heart's content. I did get a bag of noodles to see if they have gotten any better over the years.

    How is your Pesach planning coming along?
    Fri Mar 15, 2013 11:44 am
    Forum Host
    Peach is coming at a crazy time this year, my dd3 is expecting any day now and we don't knowifheyll make it for the Seder.
    My menu is set, same menu every year, can't change a thing or the natives rebel, lol
    Fri Mar 15, 2013 2:23 pm Groupie
    I also decided to revisit the noodles this year. My little grandchildren will be with us and I thought that noodles and 'sprinkle cheese' (parmesan) would be a good lunch. We'll see.
    Otherwise, crazy. The basement is full of bags of food and kitchen cleaning starts Sunday. Whose idea was this holiday anyway icon_rolleyes.gif
    Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:10 pm Groupie
    Cleaning is underway, and the shopping is almost done. We're not a very creative bunch, in my house when it comes to cooking for Pesach, so we're buying stuff that we can heat in the oven. I do think the prices are murder, though. We don't usually spend like this for the rest of the year.
    Chef Dudo
    Wed Mar 20, 2013 2:26 am Groupie
    Cleaning is almost, almost done, phew.
    Most of the shopping has been done, today the last bits. On Sunday it will be cooking time.
    Stressfull time but I guess it's the same in every home Pesach is celebrated.
    Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:26 pm
    Forum Host
    My shopping is almost done except for a couple of perishable items.... my kitchen will be turned over on Sunday...we are going out for first seder but having a quiet second seder at home...

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