While holding up the three pieces matzo:
This is the bread of affliction which our ancestors ate in Egypt. Let all who are hungry come in and eat, let all who are need come and share this food.
The middle piece is broken and wrapped:
This is the Afikomen which is the Greek word for dessert. Because the taste of matzo should remain with us at the end of the meal, I am hiding it and whomever finds it will return it for a prize.
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