Every Passover seder includes symbolic food and rituals. Every step has purpose and meaning and acts to remind us of our days in Egypt.
Some rituals, such as maror (bitter herbs), are symbolic of the hardship, while others, such as eating while reclined and enjoying sumptuous meals, are to remind us of our freedom and aristocracy.
Herend's delicate, hand painted porcelain dishes symbolize the sublime aristocratic experience. We share with you a seder table laid entirely with Hered finery. Read on for details of our Herend giveaway - CookKosher
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This post and gift is sponsored in part by Herend USA.
Photos by Daniel Lilah.