Atkins, Passover Haggadah

Korech another portion of maror is eaten sandwiched

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Unformatted text preview: the three matzoth is divided, half remains where it is, and the other half is hidden for the "Afikomen" which will be eaten at the end of the meal after which nothing else may be eaten except for the last two cups of wine. 5. RECITATION of the Haggadah. 6. WASHING The hands, together with the special blessing prior to the meal. 7. The BLESSING Thanking the Almighty for giving us bread, and the special Blessing on the commandment to eat the: 8. MATZAH 9. MAROR the bitter herbs usually the stalk or a leaf of lettuce or horseradish (Chrane) eaten dipped in the Charoseth. 18 My Journey through the Haggadah by Yekutiel Atkins 10. KORECH Another portion of Maror is eaten sandwiched between two pieces of Matzah. 11. THE MEAL. After which the 12. AFIKOMEN is eaten to leave one with the taste of Matzah, nowadays the Afikomen takes the place of Passover offering which was eaten at the end of the meal. 13. GRACE After meals 14. HALLEL Psalms of Praise recited on Festivals. 15. ACCEPTED That our rendering of the Seder Service was in accordance with the tradition of our Fathers and Forefathers throughout the ages KADDESH σ σ σ σ σ σ σ σ σ σ σ σ...
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