wordless wednesday

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  1. one of my favorite things about this time of year!
    Happy Passover Daryl (& Ray).
    : )

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  2. I know what that is! Just because I can't think of the name means nothing - I still know!

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  3. Can I eat this? Because that's my first instinct. Grab it and eat it. If not, never mind.

    wv: naurg. If Daryl's photo is of something inedible, I naurged.

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  4. Great picture. Great image. Moving.


    Aloha from Hawaii Dar


    Comfort Spiral

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  5. btw, someone left the matzoh in a bit too long.

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  6. Love it! Beautiful shot, captured so many details.

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  7. Looks a little dry...needs lashings of butter on them, lol!

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  8. I had a Jewish friend in junior high who would share her matzoh crackers and other goodies with me!

    Enjoy your Passover!

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  9. Yes, do enjoy your Passover.

    An excellent picture.

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  10. Chag Sameach to you and Toonman from us!

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  11. I love how you can make anything beautiful
    my Nana would have looked at this and loved it :)

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  12. Matzoh crackers! NOM NOM NOM. Eat your heart out, Pharoah. We're gone!

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  13. Although my grandmother was catholic she always had some Matzoh in the cupboard - I love it.

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  14. Matzo...I love them - especially burnt around the edges.

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  15. Artistic shot of matsot, wow!

    I was lucky to get a box of them not burnt around the edges.

    Moadim lesimcha, Daryl!

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  16. I'm with CBW. Edible? Bring it on!
    Just like The Baroness' Latke-Paluzza. Fried potato cakes? Yum!

    I'm an equal opportunity celebrator!

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  17. I'd love to have some of that right about now! Great shot!

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  18. A perfect WW photo for today. Happy Passover to you and yours...

    Happy WW!

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  19. Happy Passover! And may the matzot runneth over. [I found whole wheat this year.] oh yum

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  20. Love it - with fresh almond butter or veggie cream cheese.

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  21. Happy Passover. We have a big box of Matzoh Shmuurah made by hand shipped in from Brooklyn (Albany Avenue) every year no matter where we live. What can I say but that my husband is particular about his Matzoh. Me I am running around the house sweeping up all those little crumbs because he leaves a trail like a mouse:) Happy Passover.
    Joyce

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  22. Beautiful shot and perfect visual for passover.

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  23. And a happy Passover to you! We just had a pizza. Is that close enough?

    Re the bocce courts: I've never seen anyone on them. And I know we have a lot of goombahs here! But Stone Creek is only partially built up...so, they'll probably get used in the future.

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  24. Great shot..hmm wonder if this is a bread or cracker but I'm sure it taste good ..

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  25. Ya want «Louis» t' send ya sum Nutella to spread on the matzohs?
    ;-)

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  26. That looks great.. a wonderful photo. I want mine with strawberry jam, please.

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  27. Daryl:

    I was remiss in not wishing you a Happy Passover. Please accept my belated best...

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