(This happy sweetheart, made by my sister, Barb, adorns the front door. Isn't she adorable?)
This is it, the day before Easter!
Our Savior reigns and has risen from the dead! It's a glorious time, filled with hope and promise.
The Easter basket for a little one and other gifties are ready and so are our hearts.
We are ready to honor our Lord!
In childhood, I remember my maternal grandmother kneading babka (Polish bread) at her kitchen table, flour up to her elbows. Oh boy, she made fabulous babka.
As an Easter tradition that is still very much alive, I make it, too.
You are supposed to use currants but since I didn't buy them, raisins were substituted.
It's a day-long process to make the babka.
Here's the dough, ready to be mixed!
Breads at the first rising:
In the oven at last!
Yum yum yum.
See the missing pieces? Hubs and I had them toasted for breakfast as we just couldn't wait until Easter morning.
WHAT IS A TRADITIONAL EASTER DISH AT YOUR HOUSE?
already - For a couple more seasonal scenes and an brief explanation, come on over to my other blog.
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