Look! Recycling Passover Matzah into Home Decor

Look! Recycling Passover Matzah into Home Decor

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Rachael Grad
Apr 9, 2009

We've shown great Easter decor ideas on Apartment Therapy, like Susie's roundup of Non-Annoying Easter Decor. After seeing the hilarious music video "20 Things To Do With Matzah," we wanted to focus on ways to turn tasteless holiday foods into tasteful decor. Matzah, also known as unleavened bread, is made from flour and water and eaten during Passover as a reminder of Jews' flight from slavery in Egypt. Decor ideas from the music video "20 Things To With Matzah" include using matzah to make lampshades and picture frames. Links and more intriguing decor ideas below the jump...

More matzah decor suggestions from the video "20 Things To With Matzah": make matzah into coffee table coasters, wall hangings, and dog houses. Asides from turning it into decor, you can make matzah more tasty by combining it with moist foods, for example by making it into matzah brei (i.e. French toast with matzah) or matzah-pizza (use lots of tomato sauce).

Can you think of other good uses for matzah? Have you turned other tasteless holiday foods into tasteful decor? Please share your ideas.

Check out the music video "20 Things To With Matzah" from musicians Michelle Citrin and William Levin by clicking here. Find out more about matzah by clicking here.

Happy Passover and Easter from AT DC!

(Images: "20 Things To With Matzah")

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