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July 26, 2014 | 28th Tamuz 5774

Mac & Cheese Groggers

Don't have a traditional grogger? Use a box of macaroni and cheese.

Don't have a traditional grogger or noisemaker? No problem. This Purim, when the wicked Haman's name is called out during the megillah reading, use a box of macaroni and cheese or any other uncooked pasta. Many congregations are encouraging this, as it can also serve as a charity drive. After the boxes of pasta are used as groggers during the service, they can be donated to food banks.

Post your unique Purim ideas below in the comments section.

(Thanks to Temple Solel of Bowie Maryland.)

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