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Top 10: Easter Recipes for Kids and Grown-Ups

April 12, 2019 No Comments

Easter is fast approaching! The shops are filling up with chocolates, rabbits, eggs and peeps. Instead of spending money on these industrial products, we searched the web for fun and colorful recipes that you can cook for your family. Here are our top 10 Easter recipes.

Duck – Good for your health (and your wallet!)

March 22, 2016 2 Comments

Duck meat is very popular in Europe and Asia. And it is now becoming easily available here, not only in restaurants but also in most grocery stores. In fact, there are some very good duck farms right here in Quebec. Extremely tasty and easy to prepare, this bird’s meat is low in cholesterol and rich […]

TOP 10 Easter Recipes from Around the Web

March 17, 2016 No Comments

Easter is right around the corner and along with welcoming Spring, it brings with it beautiful food full of rich eggs and fresh, floral flavours. Stores are already stocked up with cute chocolate chicks and bunnies for kids and light, delicate cakes for adults. If you’re not sure how to indulge yourself this Easter, don’t […]

Five easy ways to reuse your leftover Easter chocolate

March 31, 2015 No Comments

Easter is a great occasion to please your sweet tooth with chocolate bunnies and eggs. But when the party is over, what to do with all the leftovers? Here are 5 insightful ways to use them up:

Easter Brunch 2015

March 30, 2015 No Comments

If you wish to have a nice lie-in on Easter Sunday and still host friends and family for the traditional brunch, we have a proposal for you. Try our special menu, with easy recipes that can be made ahead. You’ll find the recipes and grocery list by clicking on this link.

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Easter Eggs

April 19, 2014 No Comments

From the humble, coloured hard-boiled egg to the most prestigious Fabergé eggs in precious metals and decorated stones, the Easter egg is an age-old tradition. In fact, the custom of offering decorated eggs existed long before the Christian era. As spring is the season in which nature blossoms, the egg, representing life and rebirth, was […]

Gourmet Menus for Easter

March 30, 2013 No Comments

This column aims at suggesting tasty, simple and quick dishes for the whole week, and these dishes are based the seasonal availability of fresh ingredients and the specials advertised in the flyers of the main food retailers. As we are nearing the end of Easter week, I’d like to recommend five menus that are not […]

World’s largest Easter Egg

March 28, 2013 No Comments

World’s largest Easter egg is presently being built in Miramar, a familiar beach resort on the Atlantic Coast, 450 km from Buenos Aires. A 30-people strong team, commanded by pastry chef Walter Aragones, is building a gigantic structure, completely made out of chocolate, of about 4,5 tons and with an estimated final height of 6 […]

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Easter brunch

April 7, 2012 No Comments

Everyone knows that “brunch” is a meal that is consumed between late morning and early afternoon (between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.), and that it combines food and drinks that are common both at breakfast as well as lunch. But few people know the origin of this meal that is so popular, especially on weekends […]

Easter, the feast of spring

April 24, 2011 No Comments

Since 325 A.D., Christian churches in the Occident have been celebrating Easter according to the Gregorian calendar, that is, on the first Sunday after the full moon, following the spring equinox.


Easter Lamb

April 23, 2011 No Comments

Lamb is a well-established, traditional Easter meal all over the Christian world. In fact, it is an important symbol of Christianity, because it perfectly represents the notions of innocence and obedience that are linked to the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. What’s more, Hebrews were already eating lamb during the Jewish Easter (Passover), in this case […]

Gourmet recipes for Easter

April 15, 2011 No Comments

We at SOSCuisine.com always try and aim at suggesting tasty, simple and quick dishes for the weekdays, so that you can eat well for less. The choice of these dishes depends on the seasonal availability of fresh ingredients and the specials advertised in the flyers of the major grocery stores. As we are about a […]

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