SOURCE: Bernstein, Jüdische Sprichwörter und Redensarten. The Haggadah (Hebrew for "telling") is the text read at the Passover Seder, recounting the story of the liberation of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. Compare:
Er meynt nit di kharoyses nor di arbe-koyses. | .ער מיינט ניט די חרוסת נאָר די אַרבע–כּוסות
He’s not interested in the charoset but in the four cups of wine.
SOURCE: Stutchkoff, Der Oytser fun der Yidisher Shprakh. Charoset, a sweet paste made of fruit and nuts, is eaten at the Passover Seder to symbolize the mortar used by the enslaved Jews in Egypt. The four cups of wine are also consumed as part of the Passover Seder.