Tag Archives: seder

Second Night clean-up

We don’t have a dishwasher, well, except for the humans who live in this household. Usually after a big dinner party, JB and I get all the leftovers into the refrigerator and then first thing in the morning, we work … Continue reading

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Chaotic and disorderly celebration and significance

This weekend were the first two nights of Passover. This is my favorite holiday of the year. The Passover seder is a celebration of freedom and liberation, a reminder how each of us needs to continue the fight for the … Continue reading

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Do I still get a prize?

Last night I was looking for a phone book of friends’ names so I could make sure to invite them all to our celebration for IB’s journey to Japan when, lo and behold, beneath a desk where we keep such … Continue reading

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Yassa au Poulet

Passover starts tomorrow night and is my favorite holiday of the year. It’s a celebration, though intended to be religious, which is actually quite politically activist, a holiday which renews our commitment to bringing about freedom and justice for all … Continue reading

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