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Seder, the: (lit. “order”); the order of service observed at home on the first night (first two nights in the Diaspora) of Passover. Plural: Sedarim.
Digesting Freedom
Egypt. The night before the Exodus. Families sat together, eating matzah and bitter herbs. A then, at midnight, the liberation began. Today, we, their grandchildren,do the same...
From the Rebbe's Talks
A full overview of the seder steps, with inspiration and insights linked from each step
A Practical Guide
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman presents tried and proven ideas, gimmicks, props and shtick to bring your Seder alive.
A Royal Feast
The ingredients of the Seder Plate and Seder preparation tips.
A simple guide to cooking for and hosting the traditional Passover dinner
The Passover meal, known as a Seder (“order”) in Hebrew, is held after night has fallen on the eve of the 15th day of Nissan, and again on the following night in the Diaspora.
A play by play of the Seder so you can lead it like a pro.
An easy to follow guide how to make a Passover Seder all on your own.
The Passover Seder clarifies why there’s no word for history in the Torah.
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