Baby’s First Seder
Back in college, the dining hall permitted groups of kids to sign up for a “catered” Passover dinner. It was bring your own haggadah, and bring your own Manichevitz, but the dining hall managed to deliver cartons of inedible matzoh balls, strange roasted chicken, and surprisingly not-terrible potatoes. All in all, these seders turned out to be pretty good parties. For those of us Jews who can’t make the pilgrimage back to the homeland, here’s a menu to help you throw your first at-home seder—with good food, haggadah coloring books, and too much wine.