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Are you going to make a pesadik shabbos hagadol this year?
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Are you going to make a pesadik shabbos this year?
Yes  
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No  
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Will decide after purim  
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Other  
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Total Votes : 128



amother
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Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:38 pm
Being that pesach is Monday night this year. We usually turn over motzei shabbos but no time for cooking then.

This is for those who DON'T have a pesach kitchen
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amother
Anemone


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:43 pm
Yes of course. It’s way too hard to turn over after shabbos with pesach being Monday night
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amother
Cinnamon


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:47 pm
You would still need challah for that pesachik shabbos hagadol. but other then that yes, fully pesachik
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mfb




 
 
    
 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:48 pm
Cooked food pesachdig but including challah
Hopefully will be nice weather and we will eat the challah outside and then have pesach crackers with the meal
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amother
Geranium


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:52 pm
Haven’t thought about it. Maybe we’ll make use of our parents empty house, if they go away…
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ra_mom




 
 
    
 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:56 pm
Pesach shabbos food is very similar to regular shabbos food, so why not.
The only thing different is challah which we'll have on a disposable tablecloth which will be wrapped up before the rest of the meal.
And cholent (either we'll go with the pesach cholent, or put up a chometz crockpot one in the laundry room and wash it out in the bathroom after shabbos).
Sticking to chometz would be too hard all around.


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amother
Daylily


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:56 pm
Yes, of course. Pesach is monday night. Sunday is too late to turn over and line everything and cook everything.
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amother
Gardenia


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 9:58 pm
One of the smartest things I've ever done is to make my menu and shopping list and schedule right after Pesach the year before. That way everything is fresh in my mind and I have a pretty good idea of what will and will not work.

And last year, right after Pesach, I decided that Shabbos Hagadol absolutely must be Pesachdik.

So it will be, IYH!
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Hashem_Yaazor




 
 
    
 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 11:26 pm
Yes, with regular challah just not warmed up. Not yet sure about cholent.
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amother
Gladiolus


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 11:32 pm
Yes except we will have challah of course

I'm also thinking of making a chometz cholent in a crockpot, we really like it better than pesach cholent
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amother
Tanzanite


 

Post Sun, Mar 03 2024, 11:34 pm
amother Gardenia wrote:
One of the smartest things I've ever done is to make my menu and shopping list and schedule right after Pesach the year before. That way everything is fresh in my mind and I have a pretty good idea of what will and will not work.

And last year, right after Pesach, I decided that Shabbos Hagadol absolutely must be Pesachdik.

So it will be, IYH!

I do the same exact thing. I have my Pesach shopping list/menu from last year, what I should/should not buy and what meals worked/didn't work.
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essie14




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 1:08 am
Yes, of course.
I generally serve tons of vegetables and protein anyway on shabbat.
We don't eat cholent.
We will have challah outside.
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amother
NeonYellow


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 5:00 am
I'm hopefully not making shabbos hagodol this year! My mil is moving in to me for Pesach, so hopefully we will go to her for shabbos.
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shabbatiscoming




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 5:31 am
No. We will turn over after shabbat.
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salt




 
 
    
 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 5:47 am
shabbatiscoming wrote:
No. We will turn over after shabbat.


I think we'll do the same. Make sure everything is clean before shabbat.
Hopefully get to the end of shabbat with little to no leftovers, wash everything up (or use more disposables to make things easier and quicker) and turn over motzei shabbat or Sunday morning.

I wouldn't spend more than 2 days cooking for seder night and 1st day anyway.
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amother
DarkRed


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 6:31 am
Not sure yet. I may turn over half of my kitchen before shabbos and the other half after. Or do it fully before and keep one oven chometz (I have three)
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amother
Seashell


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 6:40 am
Don’t you need 24 hours after you use the oven and sink to kasher them?
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amother
Geranium


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 6:41 am
amother Seashell wrote:
Don’t you need 24 hours after you use the oven and sink to kasher them?

No.
Sink has to be no hot water (Yad soledes bo) for 24 hours. Oven self clean whenever and it’s done.
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amother
Clover


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 6:59 am
I'm not sure yet. If I'm able to get my house pesachdik by then, we'll wash on pitas since they make less crumbs than challah. I will probably give my kids kitniyos cereal. My rule is no cheerios between purim and pesach.
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amother
Papaya


 

Post Mon, Mar 04 2024, 7:15 am
Do you think the answers to this will be different depending if in EY or CL?
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