White House Seder Tonight: Will They Use Maxwell House Again?

You can read President Obama’s greeting to those of us who start the Passover holiday this evening here. No word yet on the guest list for this third annual event, but the menu is said to include brisket, noodle kugel and macaroons. This historical review of how the Obama’s seder began says the group that attends “…is limited to those that attended the first year.”

I do question the noodle kugel, not because you can’t find Kosher for Passover noodles (or make your own) but usually? They taste…not so good.  Maybe I should send Michele and Barack my mom’s apple farfel kugel and potato kugel recipes.

Here’s evidence of the Maxwell House haggadah being in the House. We’ll have to wait word for what they use this year.

One thought on “White House Seder Tonight: Will They Use Maxwell House Again?

  1. Have a sweet and happy Pesach, Jill. I agree with you on the luchen kugel. BTW, my wife, Judy Rosenberg Hansen, makes the best farfel kugel for me from my dear departed mother’s (may she rest in peace) recipe.

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