I had a wonderful Pesach, and we have two more days to go. As we leave the holiday, I wanted to make sure my blog followers got to read this interview from the LA Times. I can’t thank the Skirball Center, Tori Avey and Shuki Levy and my new Persian family in Brentwood enough for making this a fabulous holiday.
If you haven’t guessed, my African American Seder Plate got a boost at the Levy Family seder:
Tori even bumped up my Charoset by making it edible for me, she made it with peanuts and molasses instead of pecans which I can’t have. Before you throw the switch, know we are both Sephardic in practice. Yay kitniyot!
I am grateful for new friends and the spiritual recharge this holiday brings.