It seems strange that you would host. It's hard enough to host a seder even if you've been going to them all your life.I suggest:1. getting or looking at a seder plate with English words on it to get a feel for what should be on it.2. buying at least one haggadah (can look up on Amazon.com or elsewhere). Those are the books/guides to how to run the service at home.Sounds like it will be a casual affair - more for fun than anything.No pork or shellfish. No bread or cake. Best of luck. MsPepper
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