Guest post by Adina Soclof, parenting educator and founder of Parenting Simply Pesach is right around the corner and I am just past the nail-biting phase. This is where I just worry about Pesach. I walk from room to room in my house, feeling overwhelmed, not sure how I am going to do it all. After [...]
I got a great question earlier this week from Sheyna, who was looking for suggestions on meal plans for her kids in the days leading up to Pesach, once your kitchen is already Kosher for Passover. What is everyone planning to feed their kids in those hectic pre pesach days where there is no more [...]
I find Pesach baking a bit of a challenge, since I am not a fan of Passover margarine. At all. Then last year, I discovered a game-changer: There are certain types of coconut oil that are kosher for Passover without a special KLP hechsher. I emailed the OU earlier the week and got the official [...]
In the great debate that won’t abate… Over the past few days, both the OU and the Star-K have released their statements on quinoa for Passover 2013. This year, the OU has crossed that threshold that they’ve been threatening to cross for the last few years – and declared that quinoa may be kitniyot and [...]
Deb on Facebook is looking for some good recommendations for Kosher for Passover cookbooks. So of course, I’m turning to my favorite experts – You! I am more of a find-my-recipes-online type, so I can’t wait to hear your suggestions! What’s your favorite Passover cookbook? Do you have a question about budgeting, couponing, menu planning [...]
Thanks to Rebecca for sharing the link to this very helpful video with me on Facebook. This is definitely a great refresher “course”. P.S. I love his little tip about relieving sinus pressure, LOL!
In years past, I always seemed to forget about cleaning out my purse (and when I used one – the diaper bag). It’d be Erev Pesach, and I’d reach into my purse for a package of tissues and pull out a granola bar. Eeep! This year, I vowed to correct the oversight of my ways [...]