Passover


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Hello Baby Boomers and I hope that you enjoy these blasts from the past.

I am an old fashioned girl, who prefers vintage and antiques to the new and modern.

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May all of you have a joyous Holiday!
~~~~~~~Sharon~~~~~~
~The Baby Boomer Queen~

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Your every day Easter PEEP

Yes, Baby Boomers, it is that time of the year…this will be my [second] annual PEEP POST…
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Here are this years PEEPS for the Holidays

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Where do PEEPS come from you ask???

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Political PEEPS…PEEPS are very Political

2349245913_255c88a94c_m.jpg PEEPS for Obama

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PEEPS are show offs!

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PEEPS are very religious!

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PEEPS are everyday PEEPLES…just like you and me…

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How do PEEPS get around, you ask…???

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PEEPS are always Politically Correct!

437843206_b21e9b5a6f_m.jpg PEEPS for PEACE…these PEEPS will always be white!

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Some times PEEPS are in great PERIL, as they are so delicious!

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PEEPS make great fashion accessories!

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Not all PEEPS are good PEEPS

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PEEPS make great Jewelry as well!

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PEEPS are fun to decorate with as well.

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PEEPS are very stylish and fashion conscious!

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Hope you enjoyed MY PEEP SHOW…
Happy Holidays
~The Baby Boomer Queen~

My favorite PEEPS are always PURPLE PEEPS…how about you???

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The Rabbi’s …youtube…

Hope you see the humor on this…Shalom

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Just a giggle for your day…
~The Baby Boomer Queen~

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For those of you who celebrate Passover…enjoy and remember…

~The Baby Boomer Queen~

Vintage PASSOVER Cards are such a treat…I hope you enjoy them…

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Happy Passover and World Peace
~the Baby Boomer Queen~

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In April of 1985, the Coca-Cola company announced that it was re-formulating its flagship carbonated drink, which to the horror of Coke fans everywhere, included a switchover to high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). Soon, the rest of the soft drink industry followed suit, and the classic taste of cane sugar-based sodas became practically extinct. Today, only a few small boutique soft drink companies still make sodas with refined cane sugar (or sucrose, made from sugar beets) a costly ingredient when compared with HFCS — but true carbonated beverage connoisseurs know and can tell the difference, as corn syrup has a characteristically cloying sweetness when compared to refined sugar. For nostalgic Coca-Cola lovers, unless you live in a foreign country that classic taste is but a distant memory.

Every late March and early April, for the two to three weeks leading up to the celebration of the Jewish Passover holiday season in the United States, Coke fans living in major metropolitan areas with large Jewish populations get their Real Thing, if only for that brief fleeting period. According to Jewish law, nothing made with chametz (any of a number of proscribed cereals and grains, including corn) during passover may be consumed — so in order not to lose sales from observant Jews during that eight day period, a small number of Coca-Cola bottlers make a limited batch of the original Coke formulation, using refined sugar. Needless to say, stocks run out quickly and fans of Passover Coke have been known to travel many miles seeking out supermarkets with remaining caches.

Passover Coke products (and Passover Pepsi) in 2-Liter bottles can be distinguished by their yellow caps, inscribed either with just the “OU-P” symbol and/or the words Kosher L’Pesach in Hebrew. The canned variety is rare and is known to be produced only by a scant few bottling companies in the United States – if you can find any, be sure to snap it up.

Here’s the official word from the OU Passover Web Site:

Coca Cola will again be available with an OU-P for Pesach. Aside from the New York metropolitan area, Coke will be available in Boston, Baltimore-Washington, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. This year, in New York, Coca Cola items will be made with an OU-P in 2 liter bottles and in cans. Other locations will have more limited Coke items made in different sizes. All these items, of course, require the OU-P symbol. Most of the bottling plants servicing these markets will designate the Passover Coke items with a distinctive yellow cap in addition to the OU-P symbol on the cap or shoulder of the bottle.

Chicago Coke fans need not worry — this year, the Chicago Rabbinical Council is having Passover Coke made with the cRc P-06 logo on the cap using local bottlers. (UPDATE! According to cRc, the Coca-Cola manufacturing run was done on March 12, 2007 using the old cRc P-06 stamping from 2006, but it is legit.)

In addition to Coke and Pepsi products made with real sugar, you should also be able to find Dr. Brown’s, perhaps the best black cherry soda on the planet in Kosher for Passover form. And to further improve your Passover Coke, hit it with a shot of Passover formulated Fox’s U-Bet chocolate syrup.

For more on Passover Coke, be sure to listen to this interesting NPR broadcast from 2004.

For more on Mexican Coke, KFP Coke’s south of the border cousin, have a look at what Kate at Accidental Hedonist has to say.

http://offthebroiler.wordpress.com/2007/03/13/kosher-for-passover-coke-its-the-real-thing-baby