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Easter is an ancient tradition celebrated since the ancient civilizations in reference to the abundance of the harvest during the transition from winter to spring, when the chances of survival increased. To the Jews, the Passover or Pesach represents the passage and the pursuit of freedom, that harkens back to the run of the Hebrews from Egypt led by Moses through the Red Sea.
For our family and for millions of Christians worldwide, Easter represents the resurrection of Christ, and so always wins a special highlight in celebration.
Anyway, the Easter Sunday became a special opportunity to gather family and friends and celebrate prosperity and renewal of life. In this way, how about preparing a cheerful lunch and invite loved ones to share the moment?
Prepare a traditional decoration of Easter involves the adoption of symbols such as candles, bells, painted eggs, bunnies and baskets ornaments with grapes and cereal.
Therefore, separate a light towel, to contrast with the decorative items, and push your creativity in time to assemble the table. Don’t worry if some incident happens during lunch, in this case, also check out tips on how to remove stains from white clothes here.
Here are some inspiring images to create a themed decor
The Meaning of Some Symbols of Easter
- Candles: symbolize the risen Christ and are adopted in the center of the table during the Easter lunch;
- Bells: means the joy of the resurrection;
- Cruz: it symbolizes the victory of Jesus Christ over death, salvation and resurrection;
- Eggs: symbolize life;
- Rabbits: represent fertility;
- Wheat and grape: symbolizing the bread and wine of the Holy Mass.
Originally ate fish the week before Easter and meat on Sunday. This habit was modified in Brazil and the fish came to be incorporated also in pascal, with common menu serving cod at the Easter lunch. In other parts of the world, involving the Lamb dishes are traditional on Sunday, symbolizing Christ himself. Therefore, it is an excellent alternative for those who think to innovate.
The drink is wine date marked, therefore, choose an option that matches the main course. Baskets with breads are part of tradition and must appear on the menu.
Not forgetting, of course, chocolate. The custom of exchanging eggs originated with the food that was baked and painted with symbols of hope and fertility. Only with the passage of time the common eggs have been replaced by chocolate.
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