“So! I hear you’re making Pesach for the first time?”
“Um. Yes. Hopefully, I mean. With lots of help from the One Above.”
“You’re not nervous or anything, are you?”
“Oh, no, not at all! Why would you think I was?”
“Really?! You’re not nervous or scared?”
“Nervous? Scared? Are you kidding? I’m just…absolutely petrified!!”
Let’s face it: making Pesach is major. And you have every right to be nervous about doing it, especially if you’re a newbie and have no idea where to start. And if you happen to be making a simchah right around the same time, too, or you’ll be hosting guests for Yom Tov—well, you have just as much of a right to be nervous about making Pesach!
But rather than fret and quail about how much you still have to cook and clean, and why are the kids eating cookies in a room you just cleaned, and why can’t you have more cleaning help, and why, oh, why, doesn’t your house come with a Pesach kitchen (or, once you’re at it, a self-cleaning feature for the whole place)—why not do something that will actually give you some relief?
By this, I mean: why not buy yourself the best present ever, the handy guide for Pesach-cooking-without-a-Pesach-kitchen, called Pesach While You Sleep?
Yes, you read that right. You can live like a mentch, without “turning over” two weeks before Pesach—even if you don’t have a Pesach kitchen and you do have a lot of people to cook for!
How? The method is explained clearly in this book. It’s easy to learn and easy to implement. And all it requires is the use of a couple slow-cookers, a folding table, and some basic supplies and ingredients!
Click here to purchase online.