Easter Recipe World
For the Easter week, you will find a selection of fine delicacies here. Thomas Sixt wishes you all the best and a Happy Easter!
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On the Thursday before Easter, we traditionally eat green dishes with spinach. Here are some recommendations to get you in the mood for Easter:
On the Friday before Easter, we traditionally eat simple dishes with fish or vegetarian food. Below you will find delicious ideas for Good Friday:
For the holiday breakfast you will find the following recommendations:
Enjoy the feast with the family, here you will find a selection of main dishes
Enjoy the feast with the family, here you will find some main dishes
Cakes and sweets must not be missing from the Easter table:
We will celebrate Easter this year on Easter Sunday, 04.04.2021. The traditional festival already begins on Good Friday, 02.04.2021.
Here are some culinary recommendations for successful celebrations.
Starting on Maundy Thursday with some ideas around spinach and egg.
Fine fish dishes for Good Friday and ideas for the Easter weekend and Easter brunch on Easter Sunday.
Where does the Easter Bunny actually come from and why does he bring the eggs? I would like to briefly explore this question here.
Easter is an ancient festival at the beginning of spring and at the same time a lunar festival. The timing is based on the lunar calendar.
Easter falls on the first Sunday following the full moon after the vernal equinox. For us, that is around 21 March. Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Scholars are not unanimous, but it is obvious that the word Easter derives from Ostara.
Ostara is the goddess of dawn, spring and rebirth. Easter eggs and the Easter bunny are symbols of Ostara. The egg as a symbol of rebirth especially in the colour red.
You can find more information about Easter here.