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pseudo seder. something better than nothing.

by Julia_Sturm on April 15, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I first submitted under this week’s Spring Renewal contest - all things Passover, Easter, etc.
This came to me today while gathering items for our (last minute) seder plate. Nevermind roasted, egg wasn’t even hard-boiled. And my “shank bone” was leftover pork chop bone -- definitely not kosher for Passover.
But we had a great time and the most important thing about the holiday is passing the story to your children. Which I did.

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