one of my favorite things about this time of year!Happy Passover Daryl (& Ray).: )
I know what that is! Just because I can't think of the name means nothing - I still know!
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.
Great picture. Great image. Moving.Aloha from Hawaii DarComfort Spiral
btw, someone left the matzoh in a bit too long.
Love it! Beautiful shot, captured so many details.
Looks a little dry...needs lashings of butter on them, lol!
I had a Jewish friend in junior high who would share her matzoh crackers and other goodies with me!Enjoy your Passover!
Yes, do enjoy your Passover.An excellent picture.
Chag Sameach to you and Toonman from us!
I love how you can make anything beautifulmy Nana would have looked at this and loved it :)
Matzoh crackers! NOM NOM NOM. Eat your heart out, Pharoah. We're gone!
Just slightly over done. Shalom!
Although my grandmother was catholic she always had some Matzoh in the cupboard - I love it.
Matzo...I love them - especially burnt around the edges.
Artistic shot of matsot, wow!I was lucky to get a box of them not burnt around the edges. Moadim lesimcha, Daryl!
MMMMMMM. Pass the butter!
Nice shot! And Happy Passover!
I'm with CBW. Edible? Bring it on!Just like The Baroness' Latke-Paluzza. Fried potato cakes? Yum!I'm an equal opportunity celebrator!
Hey, what is it?
Lol... now I am hungry.
I'd love to have some of that right about now! Great shot!
A perfect WW photo for today. Happy Passover to you and yours...Happy WW!
May you have a blessed Passover.
Happy Passover! And may the matzot runneth over. [I found whole wheat this year.] oh yum
Love it - with fresh almond butter or veggie cream cheese.
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
Beautiful shot and perfect visual for passover.
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.
Great shot..hmm wonder if this is a bread or cracker but I'm sure it taste good ..
Matza Matza man! I want to be a Matza man!: )
Happy Passover, my friend.
'nuff said! :-)
Mmmm loves me some matzoh!
Ya want «Louis» t' send ya sum Nutella to spread on the matzohs?;-)
That looks great.. a wonderful photo. I want mine with strawberry jam, please.
Daryl:I was remiss in not wishing you a Happy Passover. Please accept my belated best...
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