We are a family that loves matza, not just tolerates it. As dh likes to point out that one of the ma nishtanah questions at the seder states that on all other nights we eat chometz and matza, for that to be true one actually has to eat matza during the rest of the year as well, but I digress. So we have been eating a lot of matza in various guises - matza brie, matza balls, matza pilaf, matza kugel- you get the picture. But here is one that really amazed me in its ingenuity and simple brilliance - my sister-in-law's Pesach cereal. It was one of those things that make you wonder why you haven't thought of it yourself. So here is a non-recipe from when my sister in-law was small - take 3/4 of one matza break it into pieces, add sugar and cinnamon and milk to taste, and voila, you have yourself a truly brilliant Pesach breakfast or lunch or snack. Another simple recipe the kids really enjoyed this Pesach was an old standby - Cranberry Apple Ices. Take 2 cups of cranberry sauce, 2 cups of apple sauce and one cup of some liquid, I used grape juice, the original recipe called for a lemon soda, mix it all together, freeze and enjoy! And speaking of genius, not really Pesach related, I've been listening to a great new series of lectures by Rebbitzen Tzipora Heller on naaleh.com called the Builder of Her Home which were absolutely fantastic and just what I needed to hear. And finally here is a very inspirational and timely message from the Chief Rabbi of South Africa. Have a great rest of yom tov!