I've been reluctant to share things I've made because powerpoint presentations on the Old Testament are not particularly interesting to those who aren't there. I'm just hoping they're sort of interesting to those who ARE there.
In the meantime, I've been trying to give them a taste (haha) of the feasts and festivals described in the Old Testament. So we blew noisemakers and ate hamantaschen.
These leftovers garnered more comments at the office than on most other things I've made - they really were a great cookie. I filled mine with strawberry jam (thanks again Janet!) and a quick fudge filling (1 cup chocolate chips melted with 1/3 cup sweetened condensed milk). I didn't even try to pinch the corners - warned by this blog, I folded the dough. I did, however, feel it was necessary to use the scalloped cutter, since it was a Martha Stewart recipe. Standards must be upheld.
I did not photograph our Passover seder that we held this week - it was in the church gym, and I'm not sure that it's possible to take a good photo there. Just imagine tables set up with battery powered candles, seder platters, lots of grape juice, and students reacting strongly to their first taste of horseradish...