Illustration from Brockhaus and Efron Jewish Encyclopedia (1906—1913). Wikimedia Commons.
Will there be an olive on your Seder Plate this year? What about a lock and key? Or maybe an orange, to represent feminism? Will it look more traditional, with six items that help tell the Passover story? Does one have to have a Seder Plate to celebrate Passover at all?
On this episode of Kitchen Sync, host Lucy Gellman talks to Mending Minyan's Mikveh Warshaw and The Table Underground host and writer Tagan Engel Passover 2019/5779 and a liberation seder that will be coming to New Haven on Sat. April 27.