You would think after 23 years of marriage, I would have getting ready for Pesach (Passover) down pat. However, this year threw us for a curve ball. We are a little farther behind than I would like and blogging has taken a back seat!
I am sure all of you are also super busy with your cleaning, menu planning, and shopping!
Hopefully my loyal readers have already made use of the many posts I have done over the years on preparing for Pesach. However, if you are still looking for some tips, see below for everything you need to get organized, get everything done, find recipes, or just get current information.
I just updated my Super list of Passover resources, which is probably the best place to start for any of your planning. This is where you can download the guides from the major kashrus agencies all in one place. If you are from St. Louis, you will also want to check out the Vaad’s Passover Guide here.
To see various Passover/Pesach posts I have written over the years, see below:
Organization and general tips:
- It’s time to start thinking about Pesach – creating your master prep list
- 10 tips for making your holiday planning easier! – good for any Yom Tov
- There has to be more to eat before Pesach than potatoes! – eating the week before Pesach
- What do you do with all that bread? – ideas for eating up your chometz!
- Planning your Pesach menu
- Chometz cookbooks for Pesach
- What’s for breakfast?
- Where do you find kosher recipes online?
- More kosher recipe sites
Chag Sameach to everyone!