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If you’ve been lucky enough to enjoy a Passover Seder, you’ll know it’s an experience more than a meal. Yes, it’s a feast prepared to honor the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and their reclaimed freedom from the bonds of slavery, but it’s also a time for families and friends to sit together and experience this Jewish holiday and enjoy a traditional Passover meal.

There’s the Haggadah, the book that is the reenactment of the exodus, telling the story of Passover and serving as a guide for what to eat and when. Table guests can take turns voicing the various characters, or sit and enjoy a good tale. Later, children can search for a hidden piece of Matzah and sing songs in Hebrew verse.

Food for a Passover Seder is steeped in tradition and is particularly unusual. The Passover meal, like the occasion itself, is set apart from food served at other Jewish holidays. One and all can enjoy this wonderful tradition and to make the celebration even easier, Cuisine Unlimited designed a menu to help you prepare for your Seder. Simply choose from the list of offerings like Matzah Ball Soup, classic Gefilte Fish, Apple-Almond Stuffed Chicken Breast, Macaroon Cookies and more. Dietary laws separating meat from dairy will be observed. Set the table, bring out Bubba’s Passover china and we’ll do the rest!

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