The Passover seder is possibly the most unique event in the Jewish calendar. Not only is the night “different from all other nights” but for many, the seder is an opportunity to explore their creative juices. For help finding the right Haggadah — and learning about the Haggadah itself — we recommend the following articles:
Pronounced: huh-GAH-duh or hah-gah-DAH, Origin: Hebrew, literally “telling” or “recounting.” A Haggadah is a book that is used to tell the story of the Exodus at the Passover seder. There are many versions available ranging from very traditional to nontraditional, and you can also make your own.
Pronounced: SAY-der, Origin: Hebrew, literally “order”; usually used to describe the ceremonial meal and telling of the Passover story on the first two nights of Passover. (In Israel, Jews have a seder only on the first night of Passover.)