Phabulous. After my own kids just finished having chocolate Zone bars with a side of fruit… and a tiny symbolic square of matzah for breakfast (and to think they figured that they were all done with the whole matzah thing now that we're back at home and no longer in grandma's kosher house! not so!), we will color some eggs and then go out to the movies, which hopefully will not be crowded. One of the few perks of being jewish on a Christian holiday! Happy Peaster to you and yours!
And yes… I did just publicly admit to giving my children Zone bars for breakfast. I can be a horrible mother. But maybe the matzah makes up for it…. a little…?
Love the Seder plate! Please tell me that the shank bone is a bunny leg.
A Zone bar is definitely not a crime*. I'd bet it's a big step up from what most kids eat for breakfast. Or maybe I've been watching too much Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
*Unless you live in Santa Monica, Portland, or Park Slope.
Delightful pictures! But like Marinka, I'm curious about the shank! It looks like an entire rabbit, at first (which I've eaten before)–then appears to be pork!
Love the name Peaster — will be using that next year for our matza/chocolate frenzy. A sidenote: We add an orange on our seder plate to symbolize women and those who have been left out of jewish traditions over the years. http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2065531_2065534_2065733,00.htmlAnd we used a dog bone for our shank. Dog barked at it thought dinner. Good times.
Emma, we're big fans of the orange! Although this year we had to improvise with a lemon, right after I took this photo.
As for the bone queries – man, I have no idea what that was. Knowing my stepfather, probably something he killed himself.
Awesome. My husband had egg salad on matzah today. I believe this is the official Peaster sandwich.
I love a seder plate with an Easter egg. 🙂
“Peaster” – love it. Sage looks like you. 🙂
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