What Would Jesus Order?

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Via wine app Vivinio:

The wine present would have had to pair well with traditional Seder fare, which includes: maror or chazeret, a type of bitter herb; charoset, a sweet, brown, pebbly paste of fruits and nuts; karpas, a vegetable (usually parsley or celery) that is dipped into salt water before eating; zeroa, a roasted lamb shank bone or chicken wing; and beitzah, a hard-boiled egg.

Searching for the Wine from the Last Supper (Vivinio)

Thanks Holden McGroin

20 thoughts on “What Would Jesus Order?

    1. Joe the Lion

      This is easy: According to the Ballad of Jaysus Christ, from the readings of Ding Dong Denny O’Reilly: Vol 1

      He said me ma’s a virgin and sure no one disagreed, Cause they knew a lad who walks on water’s handy with his feet… Jaysus oh Jaysus, as cool as bleedin’ ice, With all the scrubbers in Israel he could not be enticed, Jaysus oh Jaysus, it’s funny you never rode, Cause it’s you I do be shoutin’ for each time I shoot me load.

      and there’s something about:
      they say he walked on water and turned his blood to wine and any lads as hard as that’s a bleedin friend of mine

      1. Spaghetti Hoop

        Ha!
        I never believed a word that Ding Dong Denny O’Reilly said, tbh.
        Do the whole book Joe, gwan.

        1. Joe the Lion

          I’ve forgotten me cathecism Hoop but I did recall something there about Here’s a loaf and a couple of fish and that’s yer bleedin dinner ;)

  1. Soundings

    Well, presumably he’d order tap water, tight git, Jewish etc etc.

    And then turn that water into whatever wine anyone wanted.

    Frankly though, if your last supper was a boiled chicken wing, a boiled egg and boiled parsnip, then tap water would probably be most appropriate. Even the lads on death row get a KFC bucket and can of coke. God wasn’t a great parent.

  2. Niallo

    For shame ! and it nearly “nailing up day”
    To paraphrase billy connolly, “he just sat about the hoose wi a big galvi bucket a water, and wallop, no bother”

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