That’s my new mantra: Passover is fun, Pesach is fun, Passover is fun, Pesach is a blast, Passover is fun (repeat 10 times fast until you believe).
Harriet G posted a link to this video on Twitter last night, and I thought you might get a kick out of it. We are not Sephardim, though we are Sephardophiles (we go to a Sephardi synagogue), so I can’t attest to any of the validity of the suggestions. I do know that I am allowed to kasher my granite as shown but not my formica. And every year I do so water spills all over the place and gets into all sorts of nooks and crannies. Didn’t I say: Passover is Fun!
When I was a kid, it was my favorite holiday. I loved the matzah brie: matzah soaked in egg, then fried in butter. Thankfully, my kids love that dish, so I make it over and over and over again. They don’t miss cereal much if there’s matzah brie.
This is also a good time to sing froggy song.
So, if you are celebrating Pesach, how do you make it fun?