Passover is preferably eaten seated on the floor around a low table to symbolize our freedom to recline and eat leisurely. We always add cushions so our rear ends don't hurt and place the table next to a wall or surface Briz can lean against.
- Boiled egg (I decorate them to help tell the story)
- Haroset (apples, nuts, and honey... I'll post a recipe)
- Lamb meat with a bone in it
- Salt Water
- Horseradish (or Mazta which I don't like as well)
- Unleavened bread
lamb, chicken, or Gellite fish, there is always a really green salad (sometimes with dandelion leaves or spinach included), sweet potatoes, and always Haroset.
To complete preparations, I place leavened bread around the room in obvious places, then hide a piece of unleavened bread wrapped in a cloth. Scriptures and hymnals are placed around the table for readers. A basin of warm water and towels for each guest are set in the room as well.