Easter eggs. Those little balls of color that are ubiquitous in many parts of the world through the first week of April. Did you know that the egg has had religious connotations throughout all of recorded history? Read about this and how to use up these colorful creations post-Easter now.
In Italy, Easter Monday is referred to as La Pasquetta, and is translated litterally as Little Easter. Following the more serious and reflective Easter time (Pasqua), it’s relaxed get together experienced outdoors with loved ones and friends. This nationwide festivity begins as families load up the leftover food from the Easter meal into picnic baskets…
Italian Braided Easter Egg Bread is fun twist (pun intended) to the standard afternoon feast and is a fun tradition to try out even if you aren’t Italian. Bright and colorful eggs are enveloped in a deliciously sweet dough making for a beautiful edible centerpiece.
Looking to celebrate Easter in a traditional manner? Read about all of the unique foods that have a historical connection to this glorious holiday. These are fairly easy to prepare right in your own home. Ashley give’s you enough ideas and recipes that you can plan a feast with just this one article!
Have fun with Easter using this fast and simple to prepare German Gugelhupf cake. Regardless of whether you are invited to an Easter luncheon or hosting a special event at home , this particular pastry is the ideal answer whenever there is you need to whip up something in a jiffy.
With Easter around the corner, here’s a dish that’s a bit unique – Kulich, a old-fashioned Russian bread that’s starting to make a resurgence in popularity. Bake prior to Easter and eaten during lent up through Easter morning.
A British Isles traditional bread served on Easter and on other occasion throughout the year, hot cross buns are though to be a sign of a lasting friendship. These are a tasty way to start an Easter tradition within your family and share in the many legends and wives’ tales that associated with this unique United Kingdom based delicacy.