Presentation on theme: "During Easter in Poland, we eat breakfast, we enjoy it because the Lord Jesus is risen. The day before Christmas we go to church withEaster baskets and."— Presentation transcript:
During Easter in Poland, we eat breakfast, we enjoy it because the Lord Jesus is risen. The day before Christmas we go to church withEaster baskets and sacrifice some food: salt, pepper, sausage, bread, eggs, horseradish and lamb, rabbit or sugar.
A few words about Easter Catholic Church usually celebrates Easter in April. It is the springtime Christian festival, a very specific period of time for all the believers. At Easter we celebrate Christ’s Resurrection, and His victory over death and sin. Easter egg is a symbol of a new life. On Easter Sunday we meet our relatives for a festive breakfast. Kids get the sweets Easter Bunny had left them, and sometimes look for chocolate eggs hidden in the house. People wish one another “Happy Easter” (“Wesołego Alleluja” in Poland) and have an occasion to talk together, too. Easter Monday is celebrated by the Poles only. That day everyone can expect to be drenched with water, at least once. Generally speaking, Easter is a time of happiness and rebirth.
Easter celebrated in: In Poland After 40 days of Lent comes the Easter holiday. It begins with Palm Sunday. On Good Friday people are supposed not to eat meat. On Easter Saturday we go to church to bless eggs and other food, which are earlier papered and put in a colourful basket. Eggs are painted and decorated with different patterns. These colourful eggs are called "pisanki" or "kraszonki". To the basket we put also some bread, meat or a sausage, some sweats and salt. Easter eggs are a symbol of the new life. On Easter Saturday people visit also the tomb of Jesus Christ. Tradition says that the tomb must be looked after young boys or men the whole night before the Easter Sunday.
EASTER DISHES In Poland Stuffed eggs, festive soup, pate and roasted pork loin, and dessert - delicious cheesecakes, „baby- cakes”, and mazurkas. In England Festive soup, mazurkas, pate, roasted pork loin and stuffed eggs. And for dessert – delicious cheesecakes.