Passover "Charoset Bar" Let guests make their own Charoset before the seder. They mix it up and then put it in a ramakin at their table seat. This way, those who like nuts and those who don't can enjoy. Include some traditional Ashkenazik and Sephardic ingredients.
We covered each book in a sheet of decorative paper and a layer of blue vellum to coordinate with the dishes. Then we used silk cord to bundle it with the napkin. Self-adhesive labels let the books double as place cards.
Seder: Because they don’t eat leaved food, such as bread, Jewish families eat matzo during Passover. Matzo is an unleavened flatbread made solely from flour and water. Matzo is always eaten on the first night of Passover and then throughout the week.