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What to prepare for dinner?
When you are responsible for feeding other people than yourself, it can be a tricky question. Add Passover into the equation and now the query is even more complicated, especially towards the end of the holiday when your Matzah supply may be low. Passover is certainly a feasting holiday, but one with many restrictions, especially on some of the most easy weeknight meals to prepare for busy families, such as pasta, quesadillas, or even a frozen pizza.
It hardly seems possible that this will be the third year I am honored by being the Rabbi for the JCC’s community Seder.
When I accepted the invitation for my first Seder with y’all (I am still a southern boy at heart), I had no idea what to expect. Would my jokes and offhand remarks be well received?
Cooking for others is even more satisfying than cooking my favorite meal all for myself. Whether it be for my family, friends, co-workers, or the teachers at the Block and Dreeben School for Young Children, I am often in the kitchen, preparing at least one of the three daily meals, sometimes a snack, and most often, a dessert.