Curr Click, but I saw one on Catholic Inspired as well.
The kids were very attentive throughout the whole thing. I think it was so out of the ordinary, they didn't know what to think. Plus, I typically don't serve crackers and juice to my kids, so they were thrilled for the matzo and grape juice.
Here's a picture of Analee dipping her finger in the grape juice. How often do you tell your kids to dip their fingers in their grape juice 10 times for the 10 plagues? That was great. Hiding the matzo was fun too.
Analee asked if the grape juice was lamb's blood. Would have been cooler if it was, although Eric and I were wishing it was wine. Traditional Passovers include 4 glasses of wine! I think we need to do this more authentic next year and invite some friends over.
|I didn't have any parsley, so cilantro was substituted. It's Mexican parsley!|
I love all the symbolism. Chicken bone on a plate...morbid and weird, but cool. Not sure about the roasted egg. Why does it need to be roasted after I boil it? Seems redundant.
Who knew it was the Jews who made the first Paleo granola bars? Choreset was eerily similar to these... I think next time I will just make those because my choreset wasn't the best.
The lamb leg roast with pan gravy was amazing! Such a treat. It was the first lamb roast I've prepared and even though I messed up the recipe, it still turned out. This is definitely happening again.