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sciencediet | Apr 6, 202010:58 AM     16

So, how is everyone handling Passover this year (aside from the Zoom seder, which in our case will be brief)? I realized that one side effect of everyone having individual seders is that we are each cooking the whole meal ourselves, rather than contributing a dish or two to a group event, which is kind of overwhelming. A post from Deb Perelman and an email from my rabbi gave me permission to take it down a notch: I decided that on Wednesday we'd just have matzo ball soup, salad, and the ritual foods, and then I'll roast the chicken and potatoes and asparagus on Thursday (with matzo crack every night, of course). What are others doing?

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