Martha Stewart on Seder

When it comes to home living, no one knows more than Martha Stewart.

But apparently she’s also pretty well versed in Jewish customs and family engagement as she answers in her syndicated column this week “How can we make our Seder fun for kids while maintaining the sanctity of the celebration?”

But because the ceremony traditionally begins after sundown and often lasts well into the evening, it’s a long night for children. With a little planning, you can make your Seder engaging and enjoyable for young guests.

Start by including kids in the preparations. Let them help you make some of the foods, such as the haroset (a sweet chutneylike dish), and explain their relevance to the ceremony. (MORE)

I guess she studied with Wolfgang Puck.

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