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Seder Plates and Matzah Plates and Covers

On the first night of Passover, Jews gather in families or groups to share a ceremonial meal, the Seder. They retell the exodus story, eat unleavened bread (matzah) and symbolic foods, drink wine, and sing songs of rejoicing. A special plate is used for these symbolic foods: the zero'ah (shankbone) represents the biblical lamb sacrifice made on the eve of the exodus from Egypt; the maror (bitter herb) recalls the bitterness of slavery; haroset (usually a mixture of crushed fruits, nuts, and wine) symbolizes the mortar from which the Hebrew slaves made bricks for Pharoah; karpas (a green vegetable) represents the coming of spring; and beitzah (a roasted egg) is a symbol of new life.

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Nambe Seder Plate
Spring Seder Plate
Melanie Dankowicz
Tamara Baskin Exodus Seder
Tamara Baskin
Twelve Tribes Matzah Plate
Tamara Baskin

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