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Old 03-26-2004, 06:25 AM
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I forgot to ask....

Can you please post your recipie for charoseth?
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Old 03-26-2004, 11:13 AM
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LOLOL!!

I'm not much of a typist, but I usually proof-read better than that! LOL!!

It sounds delicious! (I wouldn't be able to eat the tortillas,, nothing with flour in them.)

As for a recipe for charoset, I'd have to search around.. I do it by "look and feel" like so many traditional foods are cooked...

It's chopped apples.. walnuts, Manachevitz brand "Heavy Malaga Concord Grape Wine" some honey and some cinnamon... I'll try to find a recipe..

I have to p/u the little one from school now.. but i'll catch you in a bit..

Seder sounds great!
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Old 03-26-2004, 06:19 PM
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Hey there !

The corn tortillas don't have flour. They are made from ground hominy.

I wish we lived closer and could share the seder!

Talk to you real soon!
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Old 03-27-2004, 08:34 AM
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Cathy, Here is the link for the Holiday and celebration thread.. Do you want to take a look?

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I was going through my photo file, and I cam across this photo that Shortybomb took at last years' Seder.. She's 14 now.. but she loves photogrophy... This was the table at my sister's house. The books are the Sidur or the haggadahs.. that's the "script" of the retelling of the Exodus. everyone at the table takes turns reading from them, and they are written in hebrew and english, with lovely drawings in them...

The candlesticks were my grandmother's... The brownish stuff is the haroset..Wine is a very sweet, sugar-fortified wine that has a heavy alcoholl content,

..The reed stuff is horse raddish ( sweetened with beets) to symbolize bitter herbs.. the greens is the parsley, to symbolize the green of spring... the bowls of water are the salt waster into which we dip the greens.. to temper the joy of spring with the "tears of slavery"...

The photo is a little distorted, because it was taken in portrait mode and postedin landscape mode... But I hope you can see what is represented here.
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Old 08-28-2004, 07:26 AM
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Here's another view of the table.. here you can see the Matzoh under it's lace cover..and one of the haggadah open to the first page..
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