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I adapted this recipe from a peanut cluster recipe a couple of years ago.
It has been a Pesach favorite in my house ever since.
The Pesach Seder is a culmination of many things....weeks of cleaning, hours of cooking, more hours of shopping, days of having the kids home and bored.
But it's also the anniversary of our nationhood. It's the commemoration of our redemption from the seemingly endless exile of Egypt. And even if we are dropping with exhaustion, we get a second wind when the Seder begins. I attribute this yearly phenomenon to the sparkle in the children's eyes, the memories of all the sedorim of our youth, and the desire to create new memories that our children will cherish as they grow,.
This is a fantastic recipe with 2 delicious parts. I have used the London broil recipe served as a main dish and many a time, the salad without the meat.The combination of everything together makes for an outstanding salad.This recipe works well served in a large salad bowl and also great as a first course.
Add that “YUM” factor to a simple store bought ice cream pop by adding lots of exciting topping and drizzles.This dessert will be a real winner across the board!
My instructions for this article was to put together a variety of place settings using the plethora of fun, funky, colorful, eye popping , (etc!) paper goods available. I hope you have as much fun as I did choosing your Purim decor .
If you’re looking for an adorable, cheerful and easy to construct Purim Centerpiece, check out this post we created for Kosher.com
So now that you have your Mishloach Manos and Costumes all taken care of (gulp) we can turn our attention towards the seudah.
Purim gives us a unique opportunity to unleash our creativity with a bit of a funky twist. Most of our holiday meals are formal kind of affairs. Purim is just begging for us to have fun and introduce that element of surprise into our table setup.
I know I usually write about craft ideas or party decor - but now that Purim is getting closer and I have my mishloach manos ready to roll, I wanted to write about costumes.
We are what we wear. Dressing in a certain style or mode puts us in that frame of mind.