Tag Archives: Easter

I gave up Pączkis for Lent

Terminology: Pączki – a traditional home made European confection nominally prune-filled and lightly dusted with powdered sugar with variations on the theme; a filled pastry. I prefer lemon-filled. Lent – a traditional Christian season of fasting and prayer (nominally 40 … Continue reading

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See You In Church?

  With the Easter holidays rapidly approaching I am once again moved to acknowledge the people who, in my youth, gave me a conscience – a moral compass. I probably won’t be going to church again this year however. At … Continue reading

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Święconka Part I

Święconka is, to me, the last remnant of my Polish cultural heritage. A literal translation into English is hard to come by as it means consecration or blessing but encompasses the whole ritual and meal of Easter Brunch. The brunch, … Continue reading

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