Passover is a Jewish holiday ripe with traditions. For the nonobservant person, there are the obvious images that come to mind. Those include family and friends sitting around a table, eating a large meal, telling the Old Testament story of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt while sharing the unleavened bread called matzah.
For observant Jews, there are the not-so-obvious traditions, like who leads the service, which Haggadah (the Passover text) is used and what family heirloom recipes get used and served with what dishes.
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