It's a night different from all others, but some Seders are even more unusual.
You won't find many of the usual suspects on Ines Arntz Romanelli's Seder plate. The chef was born in Brazil - of a Jewish mother and Italian father - and is an advocate of a raw, vegan lifestyle, which carries through into her Seder night meal.
While Israeli hotels are always looking for new ways to pamper their Passover visitors, they have discovered that guests actually prefer traditional festival cuisine, albeit with a modern interpretation.
The first German-Israeli beer will be ready for tasting next month. The bi-national brew, the name of which is to remain secret until its launch, will be presented in April at Munich's Jewish Museum to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reinheitsgebot, the world's first beer purity law.
Best known for her baby and toddler-friendly recipes, which she has been writing for 25 years, Annabel Karmel has now published the more grown-up Busy Mum’s Cookbook.
“I had to make my name in baby and toddler food before I could get taken seriously as an adult cook,” she laughs. “It has been great using ingredients I can’t use in my baby books, like red wine and chillies.”
Is kosher about to have a moment? We love to cook - our kitchens are stuffed with all the latest cookbooks - so why do most major supermarkets' kosher sections still sag with matzah meal, chrein and Mrs Elswood's 80s hairdo?
According to food journalist Angelica Malin, kosher food is becoming more popular in the mainstream market.