The Meaning of a Golden Passover

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Tonight everything is about making it to the cheesecake. This is our mission. But before we get there, we need to gather our items, prepare our stories, and get everyone together for one special night. 

As you’ll see, the meaning of a Golden Passover is just being together with the people you love. These people can be family, friends, chosen family, new friends, etc. What makes it golden is the diversity of people around your table, the stories you’ll share, and yes, the cheesecake you’ll eventually eat. This is a special night, one that you’ll remember the spirit of for the remainder of the year. 

If you’re anything like the Girls, over the course of the Haggadah you’ll laugh, you might cry, but you’ll certainly come away from it ready to eat!! So let’s get ready. Here’s what you’ll need…

A vegetable of some kind like a potato, onion, etc.
A fruit paste of some kind, like chopped apples, figs, walnuts, etc.
A roasted bone. (Just not from Count Bessie!)
A hard-boiled egg. 
Horseradish root. 
Romaine lettuce. 
Matzah. 
Lots of wine! 
That’s it. Are you ready? Because the girls are! 
 

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Table of contents
    Introduction
  • Golden Girls Introduction
  • The Meaning of a Golden Passover
    • Kadesh
  • Golden Girls Kadesh
    • Urchatz
  • Golden Girls Urchatz
    • Karpas
  • Golden Girls Karpas
    • Yachatz
  • Golden Girls Yachatz
    • Maggid - Beginning
  • Golden Girls Maggid
    • -- Four Children
  • Golden Girls Wise Child
  • Golden Girls Wicked Child
  • Golden Girls Simple Child
  • Golden Girls Child Who Does Not Know How to Ask
    • -- Exodus Story
  • Golden Girls Sophia
  • Golden Girls Blanche
  • Golden Girls Rose
  • Golden Girls Dorothy
    • Rachtzah
  • Golden Girls Rachtzah
  • Golden Girls Rose's Prayer
    • Motzi-Matzah
  • Golden Girls Matzah, Maror and Koreich, Oh My!
  • Golden Girls Matzah
    • Maror
  • Golden Girls Maror
  • Golden Girls Meet Burt Reynolds
    • Koreich
  • Golden Girls Koreich
    • Shulchan Oreich
  • Golden Girls Shulchan Oreich
    • Tzafun
  • Golden Girls Tzafun
    • Bareich
  • Golden Girls Bareich
    • Hallel
  • Golden Girls Hallel
    • Nirtzah
  • Golden Girls Nirtzah
    • Conclusion
  • Golden Girls Conclusion
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