How Many of These Traditional Easter Dishes Have You Tried?
2024/02/21

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Easter is a great time to break out your favorite . For some people that might mean stuffing their faces with jelly beans and all the , but for others it's about cooking an filled with traditional Easter foods. And all around the world, you'll find different dishes that make their way to the holiday table. For instance, might be a classic here in the United States, but other countries have their own or leading up to Holy Week. Like cabbage in Poland and bread pudding in Mexico. Some of these holiday foods even have that date back to ancient times.

For Ree Drummond, Easter Sunday wouldn't be complete without deviled eggs and her favorite

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. But did you know that is actually one of the more common main courses on Easter? Ham turned into the practical Easter alternative in the United States because it became more affordable in the 20th century. Here's another fun food fact: many cultures make some kind of sweet Easter bread. In Italy, it's adorned with colorful boiled eggs but in Greece red eggs on top is the tradition. Along with American, Italian, and French dishes, we've also included , Portugal, Jamaica, and more. And while these delicacies may be generations old, you may just find they're a fun new addition to your this year.

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