Happy Easter! What's your traditional Easter dish?

27w ago

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It's an unusual Easter this year for many of us, what are you cooking for Easter's lunch? On my side, I'm not religious and I rarely celebrated in a particular way, only when I was little we went to my grandparents to eat all together, and my grandma like for any other festivity prepared cappelletti, a kind of pasta stuffed with Parmesan cheese and cooked in beef broth, a traditional dish of my hometown. Here in Rome where I live there are many things the locals use to eat at Easter, like Abbacchio ( lamb) or Coratella (lamb innards) for example and I don't like most of them to be honest.

Anyway, Happy Easter to everyone!

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  • I don’t have a traditional dish, but I’ve been told by the woman that I’m cooking paella. πŸ₯˜

      6 months ago
  • Ham, potato mash, peas, homemade bread... Lots of laughter and fun...

      6 months ago
  • Traditionally, it's involved so much chocolate and lack of self-control that there was not much need for a dedicated meal.

      6 months ago
  • In my family it was never a specific dish but rather the idea of a huge Easter brunch. It would typically start around 11 and, depending on the number (and the appetite) of participants, extend well into the late afternoon. On the table you'd find various salads, various cold cuts and sausages, eggs, of course, cakes, whatever, you name it. Wine, beer, vodka, all kinds of alcohol. An entire day of eating and drinking, catching up with family and friends, quite unhealthy all that but rather entertaining 😁

      6 months ago
    • Sound pretty much like the Italian way πŸ˜‚

        6 months ago
    • It's actually the Polish way (a part of my family comes from Poland), so I'd assume that's where the Italians got it from 😁

        6 months ago
  • Ham, au gratin potatoes, and broccoli. I'm not a huge ham fan, but my mom insists lol

      6 months ago
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