Most years we eat falafel after doing Bedikat Chametz, the religious ceremony during which the house is searched for any drop of the forbidden chametz. And in order to find chametz, some bagged chametz is hidden in various corners.
This year I changed the custom, the schedule. Tonight is Bedikat Chametz. Even though we're not making a Seder, and I don't have lots of cooking, we're turning the kitchen kosher for Passover early, this morning. And since my husband is retired, he won't be going to Jerusalem today. And since we've already started with Daylight Savings Time, it will be past my dinner time when we finally finish Bedikat Chametz.
So, I asked him to bring me a felafel yesterday. It tasted OK. I think that the last time I ate one was pre-Pesach last year.