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Menu • 1. Salad "Refreshing“ 18. Chocolate eggs • 2. Salad from with salty cucumber 19.Chocolate rabbits • 3. Roe from beet on-conventual“ 20.Kuliches • 4. Soup mushroom 21.Paskhas • 5. "Beet soup with "ear“ 22.Easter eggs • 6. "Rice chops“ 23. "Bread barrel" • 7. "Golubcy fast“ • 8. "Chops cabbage“ • 9. "Lukovnik“ • 10. "Buns with cabbage“ • 11. "Mutton pies fast“ • 12. "Fast сармаfrom sauerkraut • 13. "Sweet pepper, stuffed bean“ • 14. "Steam meat loaf“ • 16. "Chops from • 17. "Salatik with
Here Comes the Easter Bunny Here comes the Easter Bunny. My friend, the Easter Bunny. Here comes the Easter Bunny hopping along, singing a bunny song. I love the Easter Bunny. My friend, the Easter Bunny, Here comes the Easter Bunny, hop, hop, hoping along. There goes the Easter Bunny. My friend, the Easter Bunny. There goes the Easter Bunny hopping along, singing a bunny song. I love the Easter Bunny. My friend, the Easter Bunny. There goes the Easter Bunny, hop, hop, hoping along.
Traditions • Easter is the feast of Christ’s resurrection, which in its observance combines both pagan and Christian elements. Easter by seven weeks of Lent and celebrated on each first week after vernal equinox and full moon. It is the most cheerful holiday for orthodox believers.In Ukraine Easter is called Velykden . In Ukraine Easter has been celebrated over a long period of history and has had many rich folk traditions.The last Sunday before Easter is called Willow Sunday . On this day pussy-willow branches are blessed in the church.The week before Easter, the Great Week (Holy Week), is called the White or Pure Week. During this time an effort is made to finish all field work before Thursday, since from Thursday on work is forbidden. Pure (Maundy) Thursday is connected with ritual of clarification by water.On Passion Friday—Good Friday—no work is done. In some localities, the Holy Shroud is carried solemnly three times around the church and, after appropriate services, laid out for public veneration.Saturday evening people gather in the church for the Easter vigil till the very morning when priests bless the food believers brought. After that people go home to celebrate Easter with their families. If they meet other people on the way they say: “Christ is risen!” and these people should reply “Risen indeed”. All the people exchange Easter greetings and give each other painted eggs. Easter cake and painted eggs are the symbols of Ukrainian Easter and obligatory food on the table this day. Kulich is baked from yeast dough in the form of cylinder. Krashanka is a boiled and painted egg. On this Day Ukrainian kids play their favorite Easter game: knocking the eggs. If you knock somebody’s egg and you egg is not broken than you are the winner.The krashanky and pysanky are an old pre-Christian element and have an important role in the Easter rites. On this day they are given as gifts or exchanged. There is also the rite of sprinkling with water, which is still carried on in Western Ukraine on the next day afrer Easter. It is practiced by young people, the boys usually splashing the girls with water.
Christ is risen from the dead, Trampling down death by death, And upon those in the tombs Bestowing life!