If it’s true what they say, that the more effort you put into something the more you appreciate it, then Pesach must be the most loved festival!
After a full day of scrubbing, vacuuming, taping, and spraying, I’m exhausted! Most people who have a kosher kitchen turned over to Pesach mode a few days ago to give them time to cook. Since I’m eating and living out of home most of Pesach, I’ve had to do relatively little. The photo is my make-shift mini Pesach kitchen in my non kosher surroundings. Hope all those who are in similar situations, living in not the most kosher friendly circumstances can make the best out of why they have. Last year I got some electric frypans and it was the best investment. Also, keep all your kosher items in boxes for next year. It makes the following year much easier and less stressful. It’s also a really nice surprise to open the Pesach boxes and realize there’s not much you need to get.
Have a kosher, fun and meaningful Pesach, and may we all be blessed this month with the miracle of true freedom, physically and spiritually.