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Monday, April 21, 2008

Passover Weekend 2008

It was such a good time. I was bereft when everyone left. But there’s always the Tabblo, to remember it by!

Tabblo: Passover Weekend 2008

It all started in Egypt, thousands of years ago.  But our Passover started here, in the kitchen.    My mission:  to make a brisket out of seven pounds of Kosher beef; to hard boil 16 eggs (part of our seder is to eat eggs and I wanted everyone, all 12 of us, to have as many as we wanted).  Also I had to assemble the seder plate:  parsley sprigs, roasted egg, haroses (chopped walnuts, wine, cinammon, and apples, to imitate bricks and mortar used by the enslaved Jews to build the Pharaoh his Pyramids), roasted shank bone (Mom brought it and cooked it) to remind us of the lamb’s blood the enslaved Jews smeared on their houses so that they would be PASSED OVER by the Angel of Death, who was the 10th plague visited upon the Egyptians, who refused to free the Jews.   … See my Tabblo>

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I was just listening to a podcast sent through from Ariel Ministries regarding the Passover Meal and it’s relevance to Messiah Jeshua. Unfortunately I emptied my deleted items folder and now can’t find the link.

— added by Anonymous on Monday, April 21, 2008 at 11:40 am