Passover is celebrated with a ritual Seder involving many special foods. On Thursday, April 14, Hillel students modified the ritual a bit and indulged in a chocolate Seder.
Led by Lisa Rothstein Goldberg, students used a special Haggadah that focused on chocolate. They drank four cups of chocolate milk, tasted bittersweet chocolate for the marror, used a drumstick for the shankbone and indulged in s’mores for the korech sandwich.
There were even chocolate frogs among the selection of 10 candies that represented the 10 plagues.