People celebrate Easter in different European countries with lots of different culinary traditions. Here is a look at some of the ways people celebrate Easter around the continent.
Every year in Germany 45 million male chicks are shredded or gassed to death because they don't produce eggs. Now eggs produced using a new method that isn't so brutal are in supermarkets.
Fall, autumn, sweater weather — whatever you want to call the cold, gray season leading up to Christmas, there's one thing we can all agree on: It's pumpkin time, and never more so than on today's Pumpkin Day!
While the British may be famous for their tea rituals, one part of Germany overtakes them when it comes to consumption. But just what is an East Frisian tea ritual? A look at how the Germans imbibe.
Everyone knows bunnies don't lay eggs, right? So how did bunnies and eggs become inseparable at Easter? We got to the bottom of this — and other — odd Easter traditions.
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