The Seder meal is a traditional Passover meal full of symbolism and meaning. It includes several components, such as bitter herbs, wine, matzo bread, apples, and lamb. Bitter herbs are eaten to remind us of the bitterness of slavery in Egypt. Wine is used to celebrate freedom and joy. Matzo bread symbolizes the haste with which the Jews left Egypt. Apples dipped in honey represent the hope for a sweet year ahead. Finally, the lamb is served to remember the sacrificial lamb offered before the Exodus from Egypt. These elements combine to create a meaningful and memorable Seder meal that celebrates freedom and joy.