10 Preparation for Paskha (Easter)

Preparation for Paskha (Easter)

Posted on April 15, 2014 by tim


On Paskha (Russian for Easter) some homes used to serve round cakes with sugary decorative toppings which they call Kulich. According to Wikipedia, those kuliches were a tradition of pre Christian slavic people of Russia, which was sort of ritual bread to celebrate a few important occasions during the year, like the New Year or early spring or in autumn for harvest holiday. Later however, it got a Russian Orthodox church meaning and now it’s sort of connected with Russian Christianity. There are factories specializing in these sorts of cakes closer to Easter, and priests sometimes come to the factory to give their “blessings”.

The cakes used to be decorated on top, and some of them are decorated by hand using brushes and edible paints:


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10 Responses to “Preparation for Paskha (Easter)”

  1. B says:

    I love it!

  2. tobblach says:

    A skolko eto stoit?-What price is it?

  3. Faith Gorodki says:

    Now I really have to go and buy some on my lunch break.

  4. LucyP says:

    I miss my mother making these. Thanks for the memory!

  5. Ionut P says:

    look at the man in black, left side. he has 4 arms !!

  6. LucyP says:

    OMG…I wonder if anyone else noticed??

  7. tobblach says:

    Relax!They are-two mens!One behind first!And this second-has his hands at the top! They are in black-and this work ilusion”four hands”

  8. RT says:

    Hmm , nice girls !
    Hey ,how it tastes ??!!

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