24 boys. 1 kitchen. No, this not the beginning of a Youtube horror flick.
What are all of these guys doing in strangely close quarters? Oh, just making a meal for like 40 people. (See? Men can be in the kitchen too.)
Yes, I realize how ludicrous this is. A bunch of GUYS are preparing a really important meal. And they’re letting a total shiksa help.
While I was chopping cucumbers for the Israeli salad (the most important component of the meal) the men were playing with the chicken.
And all of this hoopla led up to-
A single plate with a few tiny food items. You Jews really know how to live it up.
But in total sincerity, the Seder was the best part of my weekend. I learned a lot about Passover, had a lot of fun, and got to be in the company of a lot of great people. Thanks, guys!
Life Lesson: When someone tells you to avoid the Gefilte fish, they mean it. Also, Jews do not spell Seder like “Satyr.” Do not ask if they do.
Until next time,