In the event it’s not obvious (and it surely is to those in the know), I was not raised Jewish. But my husband is and we are raising our children in that faith (with the added benefit of celebrating some Christian holidays with the non-Jewish members of our family). And even though I didn’t grow up celebrating Jewish holidays per se, I recall fondly celebrating various seders with friends and family. I love the customs and symbolic foods and, more recently, my childrens’ intense interest in the storytelling of the holiday. They’ve both proudly brought home handmade seder plates the last few years and we’ve used them for Passover. And while we’ll continue to do so, I’m looking to invest in a family seder plate as well. Here are seven of my favorites!