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Sheilah Kaufman: I’m Sheilah Kaufman; today I’m going to walk you through a traditional Seder. But right now, I’m going to make a non-traditional dish; my famous Gefilte Fish Dip which I invented if that’s the proper word because I got tired in washing 20 dishes that only held one piece of Gefilte Fish. For people that come and I know they don’t care for Gefilte Fish I tell them its horse radish dip and I serve it with fresh vegetables and matzo. So, we’re putting eight ounces of cream cheese that’s kind of room temperature in the food processor. And then we’re going to add 14 ounces of drained Gefilte Fish and you can use your favorite brand or your favorite type of Gefilte Fish even home made Gefilte Fish. So, we’re throwing this in the food processor with the eight ounces of cream cheese, a hipping tablespoon of white horse radish. Now, if you really like your things hot you can put a little more in, but I’m starting with the hipping tablespoon. White horse radish, a teaspoon of fresh lemon juice, and salt and pepper to taste now, I only used fresh ground pepper because once the pepper corn is cracked its start to get stay so, fresh and just the pinch of salt to taste. And after it’s done you can check for the salt taste and you can add more if you want so a pinch of salt. And now we’re going to just this into a wonderful spread it’s great with matzo or fresh vegetables. I’m just going to scoop everything around. Much again, you want a nice smooth almost like and one more down, scope everything down in around. While I’m in there I’m going to taste for salt and pepper. And that’s it, I’m going to put it in the bowl and let it chill and this will stay for days. You can serve this before everybody sits down for the Seder so they have something in there stomach and again it’s great with fresh vegetables or just matzo crackers. And you can decorate it with parsley and that’s it fabulous Gefilte Fish Dip or Horse Radish dip to be enjoy with fresh vegetables or matzo. And now we’re going to make Charosets.