Akiva sang The Four Questions (he didn’t use transliteration).
10 guests… that’s the largest Sedar I have ever hosted. Haga cut her finger the day before; it was bleeding. That meant two things; 1) she poured her blood into our food, and 2) I had to do most of the cooking.
Yam and Apple dish and the brisket stew. I went downtown and found a Korean store. There I asked them where I can find some brisket. They took me to a butcher nearby. Note for next year: I can order online from The Meat Guy; check to see prices.
They didn’t like the soup but the Matzoh balls were good. Note for next year: put salt in the soup. Successful MB recipe: for 14 people, need 2 cups M. meal. Ratio: 1 cup M.meal, 4 eggs, 1/4 olive oil, 1/4 stock. done.
As International Jews, we can borrow from sephardic traditions. Therefore, with homemade Hummus shall we eat it.
New Italian-Jewish dish. Don’t know what it’s called. Lots of chopped eggplant, 1 can tomatoes, raisins, 1.5 carrots, a little vinegar, onions, garlic, etc.
Before, two weeks ago, went on trip to Isa-Shima. We did BBQ at a campsite. It was cold and wet. Kids and I also tried to row a kayak on a very windy day. I wanted to through them into the water. But under my leadership, we paddled back to shore.