Easter is an ancient tradition, extending all the way back to 1400 BCE, to the Jewish holiday of Passover, or Pesach. The tradition of eating lamb during Easter also stems from Passover. In the Jewish interpretation, lamb represents the “memory” of the Israelites’ departure from Egypt, while for Christians it symbolizes Christ’s death on the cross as the sacrificial lamb. In the XVIII-XIX centuries the animal’s meat had a “central” role at the Easter dinner table, so much so …
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Meat Will Be Allowed Again on Saturday, Add This Lamb Dish to the Feast!
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