Celebrate Easter this year with a variety of traditional recipes

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By Norm Harding, Reporter

Easter was originally called Pascha after the Hebrew word for Passover, a Jewish festival that happens at this time of year.
The date for Easter is determined by the lunar calendar. For most of us, the first Easter food to come to mind is probably colored hard-boiled eggs.
It seems the practice of hiding eggs, and the Easter Bunny, came from the Germans. Popularized by a German children’s book published in the 1600s, a bunny laid colored eggs in the garden for children to find.

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