Happy Easter, everyone!
Three days before we celebrated Easter, my church, Calvary Bible Church in Burbank, held a Seder, the traditional Jewish celebration of Passover. Why celebrate Passover? Because as Christians, it’s part of our heritage as well. We have the Old Testament, Moses, the Ten Commandments, the exodus from Egypt, all of it.
Aside from that, it gives me a chance to serve in the church kitchen. As Vincent Reinhart can attest, I love cooking, especially when I can serve beside two professional chefs.
While other volunteers set up the tables, a team of ten of us worked in the kitchen. The first thing I did was take five boxes of Matza ball mix and make the dough. Good thing I was always good at math because I had to multiply the instructions on the box by 16.
At thirty at a time, it took us to the start of the Seder at 6:30 pm.
One of the blessings of working in the kitchen is that I learn new recipes from the chefs. I can’t wait to make the scallops at home for Kris.
The Seder is conducted by Marty Wolf. He grew up Jewish and converted to Christianity, so he explains both the traditional Jewish and Christian symbolism in the Seder. Fortunately, once we’re done cooking, we can listen in as we wait to serve.
158th blog completed.
Second Steampunk novel: 783 words. <– I have to get this number moving again.
Second Steampunk screenplay: 157 pages.
First Steampunk novel: 73,675 words.
First Steampunk screenplay: Need to update with notes from the novelization.
Third Steampunk screenplay: 38 pages.
A new dessert for Easter Dinner, No-Bake Giant Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Pie, https://princesspinkygirl.com/reeses-peanut-butter-cup-pie/?fbclid=IwAR0_0-j_V7clErONNcG1XFw1sXBQOvmvCEJfbpJ0jMcjjr5yydewu2r0TNk
“This is amazing! A giant peanut butter cup! It has become an instant favorite with Kris. I can’t wait until next week when Dennis makes a dark chocolate version of this.” – Vincent Reinhart