On Passover, Jewish families all over the word gather together for a Seder. Although our customs and traditions may vary across time zones and continents, we share our love of food and family. Many people won't serve roasted meat or poultry at their Seder, to avoid the appearance that they are replacing the paschal lamb, which was roasted over an open fire. Some serve an egg at the beginning of the meal to symbolize life and Spring. Karpas is usually represented by any number of leafy greens, but depending on your particular geography or family history can even be a potato or onion.
Here are a couple inspired menu ideas for Passover that just may start a new food tradition for your family.