Passover revolves around a traditional ceremony at a dining table, so take the time to set the table a couple of days before the dinner party. Cover the table with a printed satin gray tablecloth. Place a plate in front of each seat and top it with a gray napkin (preferably one that matches the tablecloth) rolled into a silver napkin ring. Use your best flatware and properly set the silverware with the forks on the left of the plate and the knife to the right of the plate. A spoon is necessary for enjoying the matzo ball soup — it goes on the outside of the knives. White wine and red wine glasses belong on the upper right side of the plate. For an intimate glowing atmosphere, light low candles. Fill a silver vase with flowing white flowers and make the Seder plate the centerpiece and focal point.
Passover began this weekend and one of the important customs is a Seder dinner. Whether it's a traditional or modern soirée, most people will want to include a Seder plate. The Seder plate holds seven symbolic items that retell the story of the Exodus. To help everyone find the perfect plate, you headed off to market. You looked for a spectacular Seder plate and bookmarked your finds in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Seder Plate. The colorful star plate seen here is recommended by sonnabobble. I love how it's conventional, but not too serious. For more Seder plates, browse the collection below.
Passover is just around the corner, and I know many of you are busily planning a Seder dinner. Whether it's a traditional or modern soirée, you will most likely want to include a Seder plate. The Seder plate holds seven symbolic items that retell the story of the Exodus. Let's head off to market in search of a spectacular Seder plate. Bookmark the plates in the Yum Market on TeamSugar with the keyword tag, Seder Plate. I'm looking forward to seeing what you find!