Uova d’autore is an exhibition of artistically decorated Easter eggs in the Italian capital. The eggs cost between 50 and 90 euros.
Around 100 kilometers south of Berlin is an area of land characterized by a labyrinth of more than 200 small canals and the Sorbs, a Slavic minority whose Easter traditions run deep. Tamsin Walker went to explore.
Eggs are everywhere ahead of Easter. In Germany, they even grow on trees and are eaten with special miniature utensils. Now that's true love.
This week, Easter is being celebrated in Germany, with colored eggs and chocolate bunnies. We wanted to know which holiday celebration is your favorite.
The popular ravioli dish Cappellacci is a classic of Italian cuisine. Head chef Andrea Quaranta of the Rome restaurant Necci dal 1924 fills his cappellacci with peas, artichokes, and beans.
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