Its also that time for Passover. This was the feast of The Last Supper. The Bread and Wine were part of a larger feast.
Traditionally, the feast calls for lamb roasted over a fire (and how else would you cook it?),
eggs, also roasted over a live fire.
bitter herbs such as parseley and horseraddish
matzoh bread (unleavened bread) I'll buy it at the store this time but I eventually want to grill that too.
Charoseth, like applesauce but better. Apples, nuts, wine, spices. Often eaten on the Matzoh bread with horseraddish which is a lot like Steven's Volcanic Applesauce.
Then of course there is wine, multiple glasses at that.
I've been to a few Passover meals, but this will be my first time to cook. I'll keep it simple this time and get fancier later. Besides I'm the only one in our house that'll eat lamb.
Anyone have experience roasting eggs over fire? How do you tell when they're done? Do you roast directly in the coals or over the grate?