The White House has released this photo of the historic White House seder, the first ever attended by a sitting President.
The specifics of the meal are scant. Nevertheless, it is possible to discern a couple of interesting details.
A close-up analysis of the official photo reveals that the choice of haggadah was cheap and utilitarian (and, presumably, an unintentional product placement). Eschewing a modern reinterpretation like the contemplative A Passover Haggadah (interspersed with commentary from Elie Wiesel), the White House seder went instead with the ubiquitous Maxwell House Haggadah, a supermarket freebie (complimentary with a can of Maxwell House coffee since 1933).
Also notable is that it looks like each guest got their own personal seder plate to refer to during the ceremony. A great idea, I think, except for all of the egg-roasting involved.
For more information about the event, the Huffington Post has a detailed report on who exactly is sitting around the table, which included President Obama, first Lady Michelle Obama, the first daughters, and senior adviser Valerie Jarrett, among other friends and White House staff.