Passover commemorates the departure of the Ancient Israelites from bondage in Egypt. The story is retold during a festive Seder meal.
Matzah is also called the bread of affliction. It is a type of flatbread. When the Israelites prepared to flee Egypt, they mixed and baked the dough so quickly that it did not have time to rise.
Claudia Roden was the first author to record Sephardic recipes in a cookbook. They had always been passed orally from mother to daughter before.
Make Your Own Map of the Exodus from Egypt