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First Time Making Pesach?

 The beginner’s guide to stocking your kitchen for Pesach.

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o. Plans fell through? Pesach program canceled, sister-in-law getting cold feet, mother-in-law wants to skip guests in light of the current situation? We get it: making Pesach for the fi rst time, especially if you only just realized you need to be making Pesach for the fi rst time, is daunting. Here’s a list of everything you need to get yourself ready for the Seder. And here’s a note: online shopping is ultra-convenient (always, but especially right now), but consider that frum-owned small businesses may really be hurting and could use your patronage.

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Kitchenware

FLEISHIGS:

◻ cutting board, plastic, for raw meat and poultry

◻ cutting board, wooden, for vegetables

◻ knives

◻ peeler

◻ can opener

◻ corkscrew

◻ wooden spoon

 ◻ spatula

◻ whisk

◻ ladle

◻ large soup pot (7+ quarts)

◻ medium pot (5 quarts)

◻ 2–3 frying pans in various sizes

MILCHIGS:

◻ nonstick pan for eggs

◻ spatula

Small Appliances

◻ food processor

◻  mixer (hand mixers sometimes burn out from beating egg whites)

 

Grocery

CLEANING/KASHERING SUPPLIES:

◻ aluminum foil

◻ parchment paper

◻ shelf liners

◻ sponges

SEDER NIGHT:

◻ matzah (1.5-2 lb per adult)

 ◻ wine and grape juice

◻ eggs (don’t forget to hard-boil and roast one if it’s your minhag)

◻ apples (for charoses)

◻ walnuts (for charoses)

◻ chicken wing (for zeroa)

◻ romaine lettuce (for chazeres)

◻ horseradish root

◻ potatoes/celery (for karpas)

BASIC PANTRY GOODS:

◻  oil (a neutral oil like saffl  ower or walnut as well as olive oil)

◻ almond butter

◻ almond flour

◻ potato starch

◻ other flour substitutes, if desired

◻ matzah meal, if applicable

◻ baking powder

◻ baking soda

◻ salt

◻ pepper

◻ other spices, if applicable

◻ coffee/tea

◻ sugar

◻ brown sugar

◻ honey

◻ tuna

◻ mayonnaise

DAIRY:

◻ milk

◻ yogurt/leben

 

Disposables

◻ hot cups

◻ cutlery

◻ napkins

◻ foil pans

◻ plates, cups (nice disposable if you haven’t invested in Pesach dishes yet)

◻ 2-lb, 1-lb, and ½-lb containers for storage and food prep

 

(Originally featured in Family Table Issue 686)

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