|A few of my own personal Polish and Ukrainian Easter Eggs.|
I love Polish and other Slavic Easter eggs decorated in vibrant colors. The Polish word for decorated eggs is pisanki. I once tried creating them myself, but a tragic accident involving a broken bookshelf destroyed every one of my eggs. Since then, I began to collect eggs rather than create them. Some of my collection is visible here on my page. I found an outstanding website, Pisanki – the decorated Easter eggs in Poland, that goes into much detail on the history of Polish Easter Eggs. There are also examples of eggs from different regions of Poland.
|New Pysanky from the Ukraine, 2019.|
If you are looking for a recipe for our traditional Polish Easter soup, you can find it on my website here.
I found an idea for serving Polish Easter soup in rye bread "bowls". I thought it was a very creative idea. Click here to go to the website.
Dessert was usually a white cake covered in coconut in the shape of a Pascal lamb often made by my Aunt Hattie.
I often make a Easter Egg Nest Cake---it's a yellow cake accented with orange zest, and frosted with Sander's Buttercream Icing.
I found the recipe at Delish.com and made no changes to the recipe. It was delicious!
|Showing the beautiful layers of lemon buttercream and blueberries.|
|Happy Easter in Polish!|