The Afikomen, from the Greek for “dessert”, is the last piece of matzah consumed during a traditional Seder. It is traditionally hidden during the Passover
Seder by the leader of the family or by children at the table, and the ceremony cannot conclude until the bread is returned to the table to be shared with
the guests. This whimsical game was designed to keep the bubelahs interested during lengthy Seder ceremonies, and children delight in being rewarded for
the return of the afikomen with candy and small toys. Zion Judaica is proud to become a part of this long honored tradition in Jewish homes by offering a
wide selection of Afikomen covers to beautify your Seder table this year.