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seder6.jpgYes, I know we only recently celebrated Rosh Chodesh Adar, the first days of the month in which Purim falls, but I’m always (or at least occasionally) thinking ahead about future blog posts.

I’ve already posted this on facebook, but I know some my readers don’t follow me there.
What seder traditions are unique to your family? I’m not necessarily looking for well though out, meaningful tradtions. I’m just as interested (perhaps even more so) in that stained tablecloth, that silly joke, that unusuall melody or that one of a kind recipe without which your seder wouldn’t be complete.
I’ll be including some of your answers (anonymously) in an upcoming piece for Kveller.com. Thanks in advance!
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