We are getting so close! For the final steps of part one of our Seder, we will recite a few blessings and finish with biting into the famous Hillel sandwich. In the history of Seders around the world, or at least in this family, we have never successfully had EVERY SINGLE PERSON wait until all of the blessings have been recited before chomping on their matzah, bitter herb, and charoseth combo. But, maybe, let's see if this year really will be different from all other Seders. Here we go...
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