The only instruction we are given about the food for the Feast of Unleavened Bread, is that we are to eat unleavened bread for seven days. The menu is not mandated (as it is for Passover), other than we are to consume unleavened bread. Other than that, anything goes as long as we abstain from leaven.
Furthermore, the 1st and 7th days of Unleavened Bread are high holy Sabbaths to the Lord, in which we do no work, and gather together to worship, feast, and celebrate with each other (Lev 23:4-8). The feast meal for the 1st day of Unleavened Bread is the Passover meal, and I also make a special feast meal on the 7th day of Unleavened Bread, besides the special feast meal for the Sabbath that falls in that week, and the special feast meal for Firstfruits. I love holidays!
our favorite wine for unleavened bread
unleavened bread, gluten- free
favorite first courses:
caramelized onion dip with matzah crackers
smoked salmon spread
not quite waldorf salad
other unleavened appetizers, soups, or salad
favorite main dishes:
Kellie’s barbequed beef short ribs
honey baked chicken
pizza on unleavened bread
favorite side dishes:
lentils and rice
garlic mashed potatoes
other unleavened side dishes
Grandma’s rhubarb pie
cream cheese pound cake with strawberries
We are still learning how to celebrate this feast and will post more when we know more.