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March 12, 1993 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-03-12

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COUNTDOWN

chametz, not spring cleaninf ,
sorting out old clothes, wash -
ing the curtains or anr,
number of other little jobu
which tend to get incorp
orated into Passover work.
In order to avoid going te
sleep at 3 a.m. the nighl ,
before the seder, I try to get
my kitchen ready 2-3 day , i
before to give me a chance tc
do some cooking. The ques
tion then is, what do you feet,
the family during those days',
They could eat chametz ir
another room, but I haw
found from experience that ii
is easier to serve at least thE
main meal of the day in the
kitchen itself on Passover
plates.
This year, with the first
seder night being on a Mon.
day, I've decided to cook foi
Shabbat two days before, it
Passover utensils, but IATE1
shall eat on disposable platen
because we shall have Sab
bath challot with the meal.
With a large family to care
for, if I were to wait until aftei
Shabbat to change everything .-.
over, I'd be heading for a cou-
ple of nerve-wracking days
until Passover.
It's a sad fact that most
women prefer Yom Kippur to
Passover. They would rather
fast for a day than face the
upheaval involved in cleaning
for Passover.
But if we put Passover
cleaning into perspective, try
and take it calmly and with
plenty of time, then we'll also
be able to lean back at the
seder atable and enjoy the
really important part of thf,
holiday. ❑

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The Sisterhood of Congre•
gation B'nai Moshe will
host a program 7:30 p.m
March 15 at the syna•
gogue. "Ketubot And p
Other Judaic Art," a
play and discussion, will
be presented by Lynn
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ligrapher. Call the syna-
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