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Valya Shapiro's Passover menu includes haroset (fruit and nuts spread), eggs, and matzo
Valya Shapiro's Passover menu includes haroset (fruit and nuts spread), eggs, and matzo. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff) Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

A different night

A native of Turkey brings Sephardic specialties to her Passover table in Chestnut Hill

By Lisa Zwirn
Globe Correspondent / March 28, 2007

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Valya and Robert Shapiro host two kinds of Passover festivities. On the first night of the holiday, which commemorates the Jews' exodus from Egypt, the couple's son Bram, his wife , Jennifer, and their children, Leyla and Isak, and guests, gather at the couple's home for a traditional Seder. They follow the service in the Haggadah, the ... (Full article: 678 words)

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