Tuesday, January 21, 2020

How To Set The Table For The Service Of The Seder On The Eve Of Pesach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe


How To Set The Table For The Service Of The Seder On The Eve Of Pesach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food Recipe

How To Set The Table For The Service Of The Seder On The Eve Of Pesach | Passover Dish | Kosher Diet Food


Set the table as usual, have everything fresh and clean; a wineglass for each person, and an extra one placed near the platter of the man who conducts the seder.


Then get a large napkin; fold it into four parts, set it on a plate, and in each fold put a perfect matzoth; that is, one that is not broken or unshapely; in short, one without a blemish.


Then place the following articles on a platter: One hard-boiled egg, a lamb bone that has been roasted in ashes, the top of a nice stick of horse-radish (it must be fresh and green), a bunch of nice curly parsley and some bitter herb (the Germans call it lattig), and, also, a small vessel filled with salt water.


Next to this platter place a small bowl filled with [Hebrew **] prepared as follows: Pare and chop up a few apples, add sugar, cinnamon, pounded almonds, some white wine and grated lemon peel, and mix thoroughly.


Place these dishes in front of the one that conducts the seder, and to his left place two pillows, nicely covered, and a small table or chair, on which has been placed a wash-bowl with a pitcher of water and clean towel. In some families hard-boiled eggs are distributed after the seder.



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