Eggs symbolize fertility and resurrection.
Make them work for those treats!
We can practically hear the birdsong.
And it's not Cadbury Mini Eggs either.
Calling all parents: cute decorating ideas ahead!
These Easter eggs are half science, half craft and all fun.
They're just as delicious as the original!
(And when you're too lazy to bake).
You just need a plane to see it.
Deep fried Easter eggs? OK!
Think Easter started as a Christian holiday? Think again. This spring holiday began as, and still is, a very pagan one. In fact, Easter itself is named after a pagan goddess who was worshipped for centuries before Christ.
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It's time to celebrate! Whether you are rejoicing after Easter mass, or just want to toast to the spring season, Easter brunch
Easter (April 20, 2014) just isn't the same without an egg hunt. Every year, the Easter Bunny drops chocolate eggs in random
Hoppity, hoppity, hoppity, hoppity, Easter is on its way! The upcoming holiday, which happens on Sunday, April 20, has kids
The Easter egg has similar pagan roots. Many cultures around the world have long regarded the egg as a symbol for life and fertility. Engraved and decorated ostrich eggs found in Africa date back thousands of years. The early Christian communities adopted the custom of painting eggs, usually in bright red, as a reminder that the blood of Jesus was shed on the cross for them.
Easter is just around the corner (for those of you wondering it's on Sunday, March 31, 2013), which means it's time to start
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Those beautifully decorated eggs make Easter one of the most playful and colourful holidays of the year, adored by children