And sincere apologies to our furry Jewish friends for forgetting Pesach on this here blog. Jewish holidays were such a thing at Westerford, what with us gentiles not having access to them and all. On the other hand, this was perhaps a small price to pay for the well-documented gastronomic difficulties associated with that east-European delight, MATZAH! (Brendan revelled in providing comprehensive accounts of his Pesach experiences).
However, should you be feeling the need to Jew-out, here's a wonderful matzah-ball soup recipe for you, from that great website Cooking for Engineers. They note there that matzah-ball soup is affectionately known as Jewish Penicillin.
And if that wasn't enough for you, some important trivia from Wikipedia, via the International Federation for Competitive Eating: the world record for the most matzah balls consumed in one sitting belongs to a gentile. Joey Chestnut (not necessarily pictured below) apparently ate 78 - that's right, seventy-eight - matzah balls in, wait for it, EIGHT minutes. Mmmmm, delicious!