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As a Seder should be

Spice up the service, but don’t meddle with this Passover meal
Passover is named because God “passed over” Jewish houses when he slew the firstborn sons of Egypt. Four cups of wine are poured during the Seder, and the fifth is set out for the prophet Elijah, a harbinger of freedom. At some point during the service, the cup is secretly drunk, symbolizing Elijah’s visit to the household. The flat cakes of matzoh replicate the unleavened bread the Israelites took with them as they fled Egypt to the promised land.
The Seder plate explained.

As a Seder should be

Passover is named because God “passed over” Jewish houses when he slew the firstborn sons of Egypt. Four cups of wine are poured during the Seder, and the fifth is set out for the prophet Elijah, a harbinger of freedom. At some point during the service, the cup is secretly drunk, symbolizing Elijah’s visit to the household. The flat cakes of matzoh replicate the unleavened bread the Israelites took with them as they fled Egypt to the promised land.
The Seder plate explained.
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