Easter is a very profound part of Christians as it is a time that is regarded as a festival and cultural holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.
Easter which is also known as Pascha or Resurrection Sunday is been celebrated in April each year but the dates on which it falls vary.
The celebration of Easter is mostly done through Church services, festive family meals, Easter egg decoration, and gift-giving.
Easter comes with many celebrations and merry-making which result in all kinds of food being made at events that take place around the world.
Foods like Asparagus, Rack of Lamb, Deviled Eggs, Hot Cross Buns, Honey-Mustard Glazed Ham and many others are eaten as food during the Easter celebration.
What is Traditional Easter Food?
Easter is a moment of merrymaking and joy as it is a time when Christians celebrate Jesus’s death and his resurrection.
The traditional Easter Food are meals that are ate-in memory of the death of Jesus Christ and his resurrection on the third day.
The ceremony is not fully intact with the eating of some traditional food like the following;
- Rack of Lamb
- Easter Bread
- Candied Carrots
- Deviled Eggs
- Hot Cross Buns
- Honey-Mustard Glazed Ham