Evgeniia mentions how her father would read the Agude (Haggadah), and she would ask the Four Questions -- in the clip, she begins reciting the first one, about the difference between eating khomets (chametz) and matzah. Going in reverse chronological order, Evgeniia then describes the preparations that went on before the holiday, first bedikes khomets and biur khomets (searching for remaining crumbs of bread and then burning them), and then the kashering (making kosher) of pots for Peysekh using a hot stone.
More clips about Peysekh in the Soviet Union
A koshern Peysekh aykh!
--Asya Vaisman and Seb Schulman
Note: Next week's post will appear one day late, on Thursday, to accommodate the Passover holiday.