It's P minus 2: 2 days until the Passover Seder on Monday night. So far I've used 16 eggs. But I haven't made the subtle and elusive Marble Sponge Cake yet. That cake takes 10 eggs. And 5 bowls.
Looky what you can order from Amazon.com: Manischewitz and Tom Wright arrived in the same box! How's that for interfaith? I can't buy potato starch here in the grocery store, nor can I find N.T. Wright's books in the nearby bookstore.
Chicken soup. Matzo balls still to be made (another 2 eggs there).
Baking Cake #1: Miriam's Passover Torte. This cake takes only 6 eggs, but requires grating the chocolate. I did it in the food processor, and it left a fine chocolate dust all over everything. Sounds delicious, but actually it's just messy.
Starting to set the table - the seder plate, candles, and haggadahs
Your passover meal was DELISH
My Sunday School class is studying "John, for Everyone," same series, same author. I have no idea where the church ordered the books.
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