Happy Passover, Everyone!
My friend wants to bring his recipe for "Noodle Yummy" to our Passover Seder this year. No can do, right? Unless it's made from a matza product, right?
Dear Hungry Friend,
I don't know what kind of noodle pudding your friend wants to bring to the seder but if it is made with Passover products there should not be an objection to it. It might be good.
If the guest in not Jewish you should explain about the food and its contents for Passover. Every year the food producers always try to introduce new products to expand the menus - some are good and some have no flavor.
I say again, if the food is made with Passover ingredients - try it. It might be good. And if so, send me the recepe.
Enjoy. Happy Passover.
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