Again we held our Seder Dinner on Palm Sunday. I won't go into as much details and symbolism about it since I already did that on last year's post about Seder. All of our lives are so stinkin' busy this time of year, really any time of year, but we try so hard to never miss a Seder. I think it is so important and so special in our faith to participate in this sacred Passover dinner even if we aren't Jewish. And once again we had fun doing it.
|I wanted to take a picture of the Kosher wine we all liked the best so we could remember it for next year.|
Alan (the newbie) found the Afikomen this year!
It was held and The Brown's house and they also lead it. Here, Jamie, is the woman/mother lighting the first candle.
Drew and Mandy reading the script.
Max pouring us more wine. We have learned over the years to pour a small amount since you have drink a glass over and over again.
George (the leader) pouring the first glass of wine.
Jenni doing the ritual of the washing of the hands.
George going to hide the Matzoh a 2nd time which Alan found again!
The breaking of the Matzoh, Parsley dipped in salt water (Karpas), drops of wine, bitter herb (horseradish), Kharoset (apples and raisins).
Max played the role of the child and opened the door to let Elijah enter.
Lamb, fruit, asparagus, motzoh balls, Passover Rocky Road Mazoh for dessert. Each year our food has gotten better and better. We have got this Kosher thing down now.
berry, mint granita.
The Criers, The Browns, The Engmans, The Whittles, and The Dixons.
Next Year in the New Jerusalem!