And you can have it, if you like. And if you bring it yourself.
Our kids are grown (whatever that means today); my wife’s parents are still alive, and still make the first seder (though I do most of the cooking). The second seder is with our other family: the friends & neighbors we live with daily. We all bring our various leftovers, and the discussion goes a bit further than the 4 questions.
The food choices also expand, with a lot of mediterranean & North African accents. A great, hit-or-miss combination of influences and tastes
We have been cooking & eating together for years; parties, celebrations, funerals. It’s both the focus & distraction sometimes.
How did I get started on this?
A zissen Pesach to you all.