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Your Turn to Cook Easter Dinner?


 If it's your turn to cook the big feast and you're not sure where to start, check out this list of the top ten Easter recipes from Taste of Home.  Maybe you'll find the inspiration you've been missing!  


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Cascade Title's Manager Message


Joel Lengyel


With Easter coming this year in the month of April, I thought I would research some history as to why we have an Easter Bunny as part of this religious holiday. I found that this cute and fuzzy creature has quite a story to tell, so I thought this would be a fun article to write. With that in mind, and since I am so "egg-cited" about this little guy... let's hop to it!!


How the Easter Bunny tradition began isn't entirely clear; however, Germany has been credited with the origin of associating a bunny with Easter. In 16th century literature, there are accounts of a bunny that, each spring, would reward the good with eggs. The first edible Easter bunnies, made out of pastry and sugar, were made in Germany during the early 1800s. Prior to the Christian holiday of Easter, the hare and rabbit showed up often in pre-Christian fertility lore. These animals often served as symbols of new life during the spring season.


Here in America, the Easter Bunny was introduced by the German settlers who arrived in the Pennsylvania Dutch country during the 1700s. The arrival of what they referred to the bunny as "Oschter Haws" was considered "childhood's greatest pleasure" next to a visit from Christ-Kindel on Christmas Eve. The children believed that if they were good the Oschter Haws would lay a nest of colored eggs.

The children would build their nest in a secluded place in the home, the barn or the garden. Boys would use their caps and girls their bonnets to make the nests. The use of elaborate Easter baskets would come later as the tradition of the Easter bunny spread throughout the country.


Happy Easter! Happy Passover! Happy Spring!



Take care,  


Joel Lengyel


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