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  • 1.  
  • 2. HOT CROSS BUNS
    • Many people bake and eat hot cross buns at Easter. Hot cross buns are small sweet buns. They have got a white cross of sugar on the top.
  • 3. EASTER EGGS
    • The egg is also a symbol of new life. Many people around the worl decorate Easter eggs. In some countries, children have an Easter egg hunt. They look for Easter eggs in the garden.
  • 4. Bunny
    • Easter Bunny is one of the most typical elements of the Easter. It is a symbol of life.
  • 5. Chocolate Easter bunny
    • Rabbits are symbols of new life because they have many baby bunnies. Americans eat 60 million chocolate bunnies every year
  • 6. Pancakes Pancakes are a type of flat sweet bread.Pancakes are a type of flat sweet bread enjoyed by cultures around the world. Pancake recipes vary but all have the same basic ingredients of flour, eggs and milk. Some countries, like the United States and Canada, serve pancakes for breakfast while others, such as the European regions, serve pancakes as desserts or even side dishes. They are eaten plain, with butter, sprinkled with powdered sugar or filled with pastry, fruit or cheese. Whatever the tradition, pancakes are a truly universal and enjoyable treat.
  • 7. Pancakes Day
    • In England, (and the rest of the UK) the Tuesday before Lent is known as Pancake Day (Shrove Tuesday). On that day it is traditional to eat pancakes (recipe), toss pancakes and take part in pancake races.
    • The origins of eating pancakes arose from Christians who observe Lent and wanted to use up all the rich foods in their cupboards before Lent. During Lent eggs, sugar and butter were not allowed so these ingreadients were used to make pancakes.
    • Today everyone celebrates Pancake Day regardless of religion.
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