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Passover Entertaining 101

Passover will be your most prestigious dinner of the year.


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The Seder is the most important event in the Passover celebration, but there’s several components to this intricate ritual. Use our checklist to keep track of everything you’ll need, plus find some fun entertaining ideas along the way.



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Passover is one of the most celebrated holidays in the Jewish faith, so it’s customary to dress up your table with an elegant tablecloth, cloth napkins and your finest dishware. Keep out plenty of glassware for wine, and scatter candles throughout for a warm glow. For added flair, make bookmark place cards for your guests, which can also serve as a bookmark in the Haggadah.


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The Seder plate should be the centerpiece of the your table and hold ritual foods that symbolize the story of the Exodus. Provide your guests with dishes of salt water, as well as enough wine for each person to have four glasses. Our Flourless Chocolate Cake would be the perfect ending to the meal.



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Dress your table with spring centerpieces and make your guests feel at home with custom place settings. Ensure everyone is comfortable with pillows, a tradition to symbolize the comfort of freedom. With our Passover Entertaining 101 you’re sure to have a wonderful dinner with family and friends!

Keep these tips in mind and entertaining will be stress free, allowing you to create memories and traditions for years to come.

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