I turned two on Wednesday night. Two in Passover years, that is.
For my second Passover, Jon and I went to his mom Lorraine's house for the seder. Lorraine (a real-life reader and cookie taster) fed us a soup-to-nuts feast, including matzo ball soup, gefilte fish, chicken and artichoke hearts in a white wine sauce, cookies, cakes, brownies, and an assortment of other Passover sweets. The highlight for me was her homemade beef brisket. (Yay, brisket!) Thanks for hosting--and cooking--Lorraine!
1) The Passover tablescape. 2) The haggadah, which tells the story of Passover and guides you through the seder. 3) Matzo ball soup (A.K.A. Jewish penicillin).
4) Gefilte fish with red horseradish. 5) Brisket; chicken with artichoke hearts, potatoes, and carrots; potato kugel. 6) Chocolate chip meringues and kosher-for-Passover brownies.