Pesach menu 2014

By | April 6, 2014

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Planning our Pesach menu is so much easier than cleaning. For one thing, it doesn’t require moving. It also doesn’t involve camping out in the fridge and freezer or working with the always-terrifying 50-micron foil. So of course I’m tackling the menu first.

Some of you are probably already cooking for Pesach (???), but for those of you who still have plenty of space on your menus, I hope this gives you some tasty ideas.

This 13-day menu takes us from five days before erev yom tov to the very last Pesach meal (in Israel). New for this year, I’ve included breakfast each day and a running list of things to keep on hand for the toddler. In an effort to make this menu realistic, you’ll see that I’ve written “leftovers” in a bunch of spots. But a plan is a plan, right?

* Need more menu inspiration? Have a look at my menus for Pesach 2013 and Pesach 2012. And come back during the week for two new Pesach recipes! *

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2 Comments

Yiska Ben Avraham on April 13, 2014 at 7:01 am.

Tali, I can’t get it out of my head – “the always-terrifying 50-micron foil”! As my husband warned me about it, your words repeated themselves in my head. Thanks for the Pesach-prep amusement – and Stay Safe with Slicing Silver! :) Chag Kasher V’Sameach!

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Tali Simon on April 13, 2014 at 9:12 am.

That stuff should come with protective gloves, right? Chag kasher v’sameach!

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