Fourth Annual Passover Sedar: Preview

Each of the past three years, my friends and I have gotten together for an informal and fun Passover Sedar.  We go through the story, do the main portions of the hagadah, toast several glasses of wine and have a good time.  This year, with a hectic week during passover, the 4th Annual sedar will be held tomorrow and for the next 8 days, I’ll be posting some of my favorite passover meals and dishes — like the ever popular Matzabrie.

As has been the tradition the last 2 years (and this year), the Vegetarian has chosen to dye eggs, using vegetables and other spices, which add a lot of color and fun to the communal sedar.  Below is a little sample from two years ago.  She’ll have a guest post soon with instruction on how you too can dye your eggs for a sedar or Easter, which is just around the corner.

Tomorrow’s menu will include several items that will be made by the Carnivore and the Vegetarian, as well as a few things our friends will make.  Here is what the C&V plan on making:

  • Baked Chicken
  • Potato Gratin
  • Matzah Ball Soup — the staple to any Passover Sedar
  • Colored Eggs
  • Chipotle Flourless Chocolate Cake
  • Haroset

I’ll post recipes for these things, as well as other things during Passover.

About Evan Halperin

I like to eat. I like to cook. I like to eat what I cook. Now, I will share with you what I like to cook. My wife and I may be a vegetarian and a carnivore, but it doesn’t mean we can’t cook a nice meal with both, without compromising taste. I will share my creative meals of the Carnivore and the Vegetarian.
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2 Responses to Fourth Annual Passover Sedar: Preview

  1. Adrienne says:

    This is random, but I love your table cloth :)

  2. haha thanks. I can't actually take credit for it though!

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