With three small children, it’s tough and expensive to eat out often, and making eight days of chometz-free food is complicated enough. As I don’t have an eat-in kitchen, we eat in the dining room. This is a bonus, because I can actually finish the kitchen, leaving the dining room table and chairs for the last day. By moving the convection oven and chometz products into the dining room, my family can eat chometz right up to the zman on erev Pesach in the comfort of our own home.
Let’s free ourselves from all that unnecessary clutter and dust and rejoice in the freedom that space and clean air brings!
Pnina Baim holds a B.S. in Health and Nutrition from Brooklyn College, a MS.edu from Yeshiva University’s Azrieli Program. She works as a nutritionist, freelance writer and a professional home organizer. Contact Pnina at firstname.lastname@example.org.Pnina Baim
About the Author: Pnina Baim is the author of the Young Adult novels, “Choices,” “A Life Worth Living,” and a how-to book for the Orthodox homemaker, “Sing While You Work.” The books are available at amazon.com.
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