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Alright - Who's eating matzo with me?

Saturday, April 07, 2012

Good Pesach to all!

It's that time of year when we clean the house of all leavened food/ingredients and spend 8 days eating matzo in commemoration of our forefathers fleeing Egypt. (The 10 Commandments is on TV tonight check it out if you're not sure of what I'm referring to).

Anyway, after a while trying to substitute matzo for some of the carb offerings in Spark Recipes does not work very well. Does anyone have a couple of good ideas? You can have a box of matzo to experiment with. We have 5 pounds over here & it will be a struggle to use it all.

BTW the walk to Grand Teton is doing ok. I am 129.99 miles in with 1945.54 miles to go....chug....chug....chug....

Happy Easter to everyone else not eating matzo with me!

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  • NOMIS1
    Happy Pesach to you. I don't have a problem with matzo and will put almost anything on it.
    2234 days ago
    Good Pesach! No matzoh for me any more. The only way it is edible if it is covered with something else....
    2234 days ago
  • PATTIE441
    Hi there! I found some ideas on this link.
    BR>I hope this helps!! Hope you have a great Passover! I love the 10 Commandments! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2234 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/7/2012 3:08:40 PM
    Have a wonderful Passover! and good luck finding creative matzoh recipes. I hope you have a great seder and commemorate the exodus with your friends and family. We celebrate Easter, but I appreciated being invited to seder by my Jewish friends -- so important to understand other religions and other cultures.
    2234 days ago
    I'm partial to matzah brie - I usually use one egg to two boards of matzah, and then use no-sugar preserves as topping. Plus I normally make a ton of charoset, and eat that on matzah for lunch.
    2234 days ago
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