Kyle already kicked this off on one of the baking boards, but let's discuss more generally. What if anything really special do you do? Besides keeping (more or less) within dietary rules? I've got 2 stories: in 1990, I was in Los Angeles for a conference. The organizers kindly found families willing to have visitors for their seders. Paul and I went to an Israeli family, who followed Sephardic traditions, quite different from what we were used to. It was one of the best experiences I've ever had -- a real feeling of thanksgiving, and sharing traditions. That's what the holiday is about for me now. Second story: a couple of years ago, we hosted the first seder at our house. I didn't really have the time to cook EVERYTHING, so I sent out copies of Passover recipes from Joyce Goldstein's Cucina Ebraica, a terrific book of Italian Jewish recipes. Everyone who wanted to cook picked a recipe, and we had a great feast! And the best part was that everyone contributed. What do YOU do?