The source describes how his family’s Passover traditions are non-traditional:
Passover is really fun at my mom’s house. And I didn’t realize how unorthodox it was until one year we went over to my aunt’s place for Passover and she’s a lot more religious. She was really strict and me and my sister got in an argument with her.
What do you do for Passover that’s unorthodox?
Well we don’t read an actual Haggadah [the Haggadah is a Jewish which sets forth the order of the Passover Seder], we read a children’s picture book.
And the adults usually don’t drink wine or they only have one glass. But my favorite part is that we play a game where you throw mashed potatoes at the front door with a spoon. It’s based on marking the doors of the Israelites with blood. But our version is a lot more fun and more P.G.
Is the Seder kosher?
Yes, we make sure the Seder is kosher, but my family doesn’t keep kosher most of the time. Only on holidays.