|Sheryl and I at Passover 2015|
Thanks. :) Marc
Passover is one of those Jewish holidays which inspires excitement and dread for me at the same time. And the reason for both is purely selfish. I am excited because I love the foods surrounding this holiday. I dread it because of how long the Seder (the ritual dinner) may last.
|Sheryl set a beautiful table!|
|The traditional Seder plate with all of the Passover symbols.|
|Me, acting as the leader of the Seder.|
Dad's recipe seems to have more of a Sephardic twist.
Nuts are finely chopped in food processor.
Dried fruit is done by hand chopping.
Use your judgment and preference on how much of each.
Combine all the ingredients, mix well and refrigerate.
***Bloggers note: In the above picture of the Seder plate, you will see a LARGE bone. I couldn't find a lamb shank bone as is traditionally used and had to settle for a dinosaur bone instead. That's what happens when you hit the supermarket last minute. :)