Hosting Passover Seder is fun and meaningful, but a lot of work! If you aren’t hosting this year, it’s nice to bring the host and hostess a little something special to show you appreciate the effort. My Bubbe is the hostess with the mostess, and was thrilled to pick out some of the gifts she would love to receive. Flowers or wine are also great gifts to help set the table contribute to the meal.
“The most stylish way to recline! An ordinary pillow would have been enough, but this Dayenu Pillow is fashion meets function.”
“I love this designer Kate Spade Kiddush Cup because the hostess can use it at the Seder, and all year as well. It’s beautiful enough to display too!”
“Another beautiful yet practical gift! A unique way to count off the ten plagues and decorate your table with these 10 Plagues Passover Coasters.”
“For the host who really has it all! These Gefilte Fish Earrings look good enough to eat! But not as good as my own gefilte fish recipe.”
“I love to nosh on matzo ball soup all year, and this oversized Jewish Penicillin Mug makes a fun gift for my fellow matzo ball soup lovers!”
“If there will be kinderlach at your seder, it’s nice to bring them a little something to play with too! This Tic Tac Toad Game is fun for all ages, Bubbes included.”
“The only thing better than piping hot matzo ball soup, is wearing these Matzo Ball Socks! I got a few pairs for the whole family.”