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Image of the Week: Yemenite Seder

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April 11, 2019
Photo credit: Zoltan Kluger/Wikimedia Commons

A Yemenite Habbani family celebrates Passover in Tel Aviv. At a Yemenite seder, there is no individual seder plate; the entire table is the seder plate. Lettuce, scallions, celery and radishes are arranged beautifully on the table, among small bowls of meat, eggs and Charoset.

Photo credit: Zoltan Kluger/Wikimedia Commons

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