Sunday, March 31, 2013

Scav Hunt Sunday: Pesach Edition

Water:
 Salt water for the karpas portion of the seder. I over salted this bowl, see the salt at the bottom?

Fresh:
 We picked up some pretty fresh flowers for the seder table, also (!) two in one, the fresh celery and parsley in the background.

Empty:
 Empty wine cups, eventually to be filled 4 times for the four cups we drink during the seder.

Weathered:
 This is the haggadah that I made in 3rd grade. It's lived through many a seder now and while hanging in there it is a bit weathered.

Ordinary:
Matzah is meant to be poor man's bread - nothing more ordinary than that.
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

19 thoughts on the matter:

Mary Gene Atwood said... {Reply}

Great shots. Love learning about your customs from the blog. Happy Easter/seder

abrianna said... {Reply}

You might want to consider heading to your local office or teacher supply store and have that seder laminated.

How did you get round matzah?

My favorite of yours this week is the one of the wine glasses.

Nukke said... {Reply}

That bread looks good !!!! We have that kind of bread too. Interesting photos !

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Hannah Brooker said... {Reply}

The bread looks nice. So fascinating to learn about your customs. I also like 'fresh' it's a lovely photo

tinajo said... {Reply}

Nice pics - and we have bread that looks very similar to matzah in Sweden that we eat all year around. :-)

Stephanie said... {Reply}

This is a lovely post about your Seder and the photos are beautiful.

Adrienne said... {Reply}

Thanks so much for welcoming us to your table! I love that you still have your third grade treasure! Just imagine what some of your students might save for years!!

Nicki said... {Reply}

What a wonderful visit with you at your holiday table. Great choices for this week's word prompts.

Have a blessed celebration.

Patti G said... {Reply}

I always look forward to your "holiday" posts to learn more about your customs.
4 glasses of wine?? I wouldn't be able to sit up straight after that!

Dara said... {Reply}

love it! your name used to be Tamar Tamar? ;)

Susan said... {Reply}

Hey Tamar. Beautiful holiday set today. Love that 2 fer fresh image. such a pretty table setting.
I plan to fill my glass at least 4 times today too. Can you say "sugar buzz"? 4 glasses of red wine (well small ones) should mellow the "Aunt" as the 4 and 6 year old buzz around. Hope you have a lovely day with the fam....and Noam.

Ida said... {Reply}

Wonderful set. It is very interesting learning about your beliefs. I found the "ordinary" shot of the Matzah bread to be quite fascinating. I also thought your "Fresh" shot of the table scape was lovely.
Enjoy your day.

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

Lovely! I love the table! The Gerbera daisies are beautiful. Hope you have had a wonderful holiday week! Looks like you have!

Kara Claflin said... {Reply}

Wonderful!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

That empty shot is so brilliant, girl!

Patrice said... {Reply}

Nice shots Tamar--love Ordinary!

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Love your fresh shot. The daisies are lovely. I also enjoyed learning about your customs. Your ordinary shot is great!

Cathy H. said... {Reply}

Wonderful set of images! I love that you were able to fulfill all the prompts around your holiday celebration!

hiflight said... {Reply}

Thanks for sharing your thoughts and pictures for this week. Sorry I have not posted for a couple of weeks and have missed do it. Thanks