The Things to Buy sections contains things we need and do not have yet. The Things We're Bringing is the place to put stuff you want to bring. Feel free to move something from things to buy to things to bring and put your name next to it so we know someone has that. You can also add something not already on the list--this can be ingredients, toys, cooked dishes, treats for Shiloh, or anything else you think up. Things to cook is a good place to write suggestions for dinner.
It'd be really nice if you add your name under People if you are planning on attending, so we have an idea of how big to make dinner.
No dress code, although yarmulke encouraged.
Location and Time
This year we're going to host at November on March 30th. Please arrive by 7pm (19:00). Crash space is available.
Things to Buy
You can add things you think we ought to have.
- Everybody please bring 5 cups of wine per person (a bit less than 1 bottle). Extra wine is always a bonus!
- Grape juice for the non-wine drinkers
- Yams, beets
- Horseradish. Parsley.
- Romaine lettuces
- An orange
- something very enticing but whose identity will be revealed after some cursory research
Things We're Bringing
You can add things you are bringing, with your name, here. Feel free to claim things without names!
- ingredients for meals listed below
- Muscatel, grape juice, romaine (how many?), eggs (how many?) -- Damien
- Grape juice, deviled eggs, matzah lasagna (are people vegan?) -- Jeremy
Things to Cook
Things you want to cook (please out your name by it), or things you think we ought to cook, feel free to claim items without names next to them!
- BLOOD Oranges
- Roasted Eggs
- Shakshuka (Noah)
- Quinoa and greens (Noah)
- Matzoh ball soup
- Roasted yams
- Stuffed squash!
- Matzah lasagna - please let me know if people are vegan asap (Jeremy)
Things to Read
- The Velveteen Rabbi's Haggadah for Passover (definitely)
- The Women's Seder Sourcebook: Rituals and Readings for Use at the Passover Seder (maybe?)
- Exploring the abuse of robots (extremely unlikely)
- The Two-Minute Haggadah (probably not, but why not?)
- Alternative Haggadahs]
- Jeremy's Haggadah from 2003 - minor Hebrew error in the title
- Jeremy's grace after meals with full singable English
- a lego story of the exodus to read before hand!
The seder will focus on history, culture, and understanding. Questions are highly encouraged!
- Matt Ritter
- Rabbi Klein
- Rabbi Sher
- Brian M
- Josh Gay
March 30: Cook at November all day long!