Why is it on a seder plate?

Why is it on a seder plate
Seder plate
Passover is celebrated in the spring. It’s a holiday where the Jews celebrate the exodus of the Jewish People from Egypt. The holiday is all about “reliving” the journey. On the first and second night a big dinner takes place, called the seder. Throughout the seder, we eat different foods that symbolize aspects of the exodus, these items are displayed on a seder plate, which serves as the table’s centerpeice. When the Jews left Egypt they wanted to bring bread with, however in the rush to leave there was not enough time to let it rise, as a result we eat a flat unrisen bread, called Matzah. Passover last for 8 days, thus there are many meals and many opportunities to buy those special Passover gifts for a host!