How To Prepare A Passover Menu
Knowing how to prepare a Passover menu can be especially useful when that certain time of the year comes around. The Passover menu has served to be the Holiday's adherent to traditional Jewish food from the 15th to 21st day of Nisan. Want to make your own traditional Passover menu while adhering to social customs? Well read on then, and Yaweh bless.
Here's what you'll need to prepare a Passover menu with ease:
- Close contact with a cook (one who, preferably, knows about Passover)
- Matzo recipe
- Wine recipe (or bottles)
- Lamination machine
- A printer
- A word processor on your Computer
- A computer
- Remove all Chametz from the menu. This will also be done in a traditional removal of all Chametz from the house by the head of the household. The Passover menu must be void of this ingredient (a type of fermented grain product). Three thing must also be done: remove all the Chametz from your house, do not consume any during Passover, and do not have any on your person. Selling the Chametz is allowed.
- Include Matzo in the Passover menu. Although you might not have had many Bible classes, "Matzo" is what Jewish people traditionally eat on Passover to symbolize humility and appreciate their own freedom thanks to God's will. Matzo, essentially, is unbaked bread. This bread was eaten by the Jews after they fled Egypt (assumably because there wasn't enough time to bake the bread properly).
- Include the four cups of wine. Four wine cups, by both men and women, must be drank in accordance with traditional Passover observance. Children may be omitted in this celebration (especially by less orthodox households).
- Include traditional Passover dishes. You should prepare a Passover menu with all of the traditional Jewish dishes in mind. For this, contact your cook who will be serving the guest. The cook should give advice on what to put, as well as understand the taboo of Chametz.
- Type up the menu. Use your word-processor on your machine (or one on the Internet) to compose the Passover menu that you have now planned-out. Remember the importance of Matzo and tradition when this holiday comes around.
- Print out and laminate the menu. A nicely prepared menu will be appreciated by the guests you have to your house/hotel/whichever venue you're hosting. Lamination companies will do it for cheap, but a laminator might be much more economical for larger events.
A Passover menu is an instrumental item in the long-standing Jewish tradition. While not all Jews adhere to all of the historically orthodox Hebrew, it will do good to be observant, just in case.