Lake Tahoe Will Do the Job for You!
This week, Chabad of Lake Tahoe launched a perfect Pesach program which guarantees visiting families will have a break from the regular Pesach preparation. The program offers visitors a website where they can find short term home rentals in the Tahoe Keyes, the lakeside area in walking distance of the shul. Visitors who sign up for Chabad’s Pesach Catering will find that the kitchen in their home-from-home has been cleaned and is kosher for Pesach when they arrive. Throughout the trip, Chabad will provide a daily food service including homemade meals and tasty snacks, per the unique menu orders of each family. The meals will be delivered to your door.
The Pesach holiday is low season for this mountain area so Lake Tahoe is perfectly situated to allow for outings without the demands of high season. There are boat trips to be enjoyed in the warmer spring weather. For others, skiing is still in action with many runs offering lift service, covered with a decent snow pack and manmade snow. Snowboards and skis can be rented at any Ski Lake Tahoe resort. Additionally, there are vast areas of magnificent scenery to hike, caves to explore, local ghost towns, relaxing spas and photography opportunities unlike any other.
Rabbi Richler knows that Lake Tahoe is also a cost-effective choice when compared to other Pesach packages. He explained, “We offer a communal Seder and are planning Pesach events. At the same time families will have the freedom to enjoy their Pesach with activities that suit different aged kids and a variety of personal styles. We also plan to have outside services during the haggim because the view is spectacular and the weather so pleasant.”
Designing a Glatt Kosher menu for the visiting families has been the job of Rebbetzin Richler whose culinary prowess has been a characteristic of this Chabad since it opened a year ago. With a team of cooks at her side, the list of options will include varied, healthy cuisine but dishes so enjoyable you will forget the Pesach limitations. The final menu will be posted in February.
For more information contact Rabbi Richler at JewishTahoe.com or call 530-314-7677.