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    seashell
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 12:59 pm
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    First of all, today is Passover and I want to wish those of you who celebrate this feast a blessed Passover. Now for my question. What foods are served at a sedar meal? I know there is unleaved bread, but what meats and veggies are served? My MIL is in an assisted living facility and they are having a sedar meal.
    Ducky
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:06 pm
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    Besides the symbolic items at the seder, the meal we have generally consists of gefilte fish, hard-boiled eggs, matzo ball soup, brisket &/or chicken, asparagus, other veggies, mashed potatoes and dessert (which can be a challenge in its own right).

    I also think the meal varies depending upon family traditions.

    I don't know if that answers your question or not. If you want more opinions, you might want to post in the Kosher forum.
    racrgal
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:21 pm
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    I was honored to be the guest at a sedar supper and was touched by the symbolism of the sedar plate. It's a beautiful tradition.
    seashell
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:22 pm
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    Ducky wrote:
    Besides the symbolic items at the seder, the meal we have generally consists of gefilte fish, hard-boiled eggs, matzo ball soup, brisket &/or chicken, asparagus, other veggies, mashed potatoes and dessert (which can be a challenge in its own right).

    I also think the meal varies depending upon family traditions.

    I don't know if that answers your question or not. If you want more opinions, you might want to post in the Kosher forum.

    Thanks. You answered my question perfectly. I didn't need a lot of details, just a little general knowledge.
    Stella Mae
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 3:29 pm
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    My church celebrates Passover as well as Maundy Thursday (The Last Supper). The Passover meal in the time of Jesus consisted of spring lamb, unleavened bread and wine.

    We will include vegetable bites in the form of appetizers to accompany this meal. Since Passover is a festive occasion—a celebration of the nation’s release from Egyptian bondage -- Jesus most assuredly enjoyed this meal with his family and later his disciples.
    Ducky
    Tue Mar 26, 2013 4:23 pm
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    seashell wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    Besides the symbolic items at the seder, the meal we have generally consists of gefilte fish, hard-boiled eggs, matzo ball soup, brisket &/or chicken, asparagus, other veggies, mashed potatoes and dessert (which can be a challenge in its own right).

    I also think the meal varies depending upon family traditions.

    I don't know if that answers your question or not. If you want more opinions, you might want to post in the Kosher forum.

    Thanks. You answered my question perfectly. I didn't need a lot of details, just a little general knowledge.

    Matzo is used during the seder at specific points. However, it is not always incorporated into the meal portion of the seder. There may be a matzo kugel or other dish that does use matzo though.
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