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DIY Passover Plates


It’s DIY Wednesday! If you’re anything like me you’ve been cleaning, cleaning, cleaning for Passover then cooking, cooking, cooking. This is the 3rd year in a row I am putting on Slumdog Pesach, and I have to say – making the same recipes for the 3rd time does make a difference. I am so interested in learning how to make the next new thing, and often neglect improving my skills at the same dish over and over again.

Anyway, I’ve got something really lovely today for the Passover observant / Financially Challenged crowd (a.k.a. me). If you are doing your best to make your home kosher for Passover, but just do not have the money/resources to have a separate set of Passover dishes, you know all too well the shiver that goes up my spine when I think of serving my guests on paper plates. Not necessary people – let’s class it up a bit, that is, class up some disposable plates!

Here’s what you do. Get yourself some clear disposable plastic plates, some spray adhesive, and the fabric of your choice. I chose flannel for its durability. Spray the back of the plate with the adhesive, and lay it down on your fabric, smooth to the edges.

Cut around the edge of the plate. All the way around, no rough edges!

And that’s it. Pretty swell, don’t you think? It looks lovely, and you don’t have to worry about spending the extra money on plates you only use for a week!

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