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It was our familys turn to host the Passover Seders and relatives were arriving from everywhere Uncles aunts cousins and grandparents were all coming to join us for this holiday My mom was slaving away at the stove making enough food for the two Seders For dinner she made chicken vegetables and potatoes She cooked enough matzah ball soup to feed an army She baked potatoes and boiled eggs With the help of my little brothers she made charoset Charoset is made of chopped apples nuts cinnamon and a little bit of wine My mom bought boxes of matzah by the dozen My dad read many Haggadahs the prayer book read during a Passover Seder to pick excerpts to have people read to make the Seder more interesting My brothers and I cleaned up our rooms which took a very long time On the night before Passover my brothers and I hunted around for the pieces of bread that my parents hid We then wrapped the bread up in newspaper put it in our driveway and burned it The newspaper looked crisp when the fire went out We did this to symbolize the removing of all the bread from our house since during Passover we do not eat any bread or anything else that rises The next evening we had the first Seder My relatives arrived later than expected Instead of me and my cousins playing for a while we had to start immediately We did the first few parts of the Seder which were a ritual for washing your hands and having the first cup of wine grape juice for some Shortly after this we got to the point where you eat the potato to give thanks for the coming of spring As in all the Passover Seders I can remember my Grandma in disbelief said Wow Its time for the potato already We ate the potato and continued on with the Seder Soon
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