Germany


The Easter Book is a look at some of the foods we eat around Easter. Meals like lamb, Hot Cross Buns and Simnel cake are all covered and include simple to make recipes for you to try.

Not only that we take a look at some of the many traditions and foods that Germany and Sweden practice and eat at Easter, from the Easter Bread, Gravlax, Jansson’s temptation and others. All the recipes in this book are simple to follow with outstanding results you and the family will love to eat this Easter.

Included within each chapter is information on such things as why we eat lamb and how the idea of eating lamb for Easter came into being.

Why we have the German’s to thank for some of today’s popular traditions.

Did you know that the Easter bunny came from the Germans?

What other traditions do the Germans have today and are any of them from days gone by?

1. Easter is a time to burn the Christmas trees in Germany!

2. A tradition started in Germany was the boiling and painting of eggs which were then used to decorate bushes and trees to represent the “Easter Tree.” The boiled and painted eggs represented new life, sunlight and growth for the oncoming spring.

Want to know the connection between birch, witches and Sweden?

  1. The whole Easter affair in Sweden starts on Thursday when witches flew off to Mount Blåkulla or Blue Mountain to meet with the devil.
  2. People painted crosses on their doors to ward off these evil spirits that were supposed to be around and also hid broomsticks.

Read the book to find out why they hid broomsticks in Sweden and more!

The Easter Book

The Easter Book– Amazon Kindle Version

The Easter Book– Other E-reader formats including Epub, Palm Doc and more

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Easter Book On Sale – Wayne Anthony.

My book entitled “The Easter Book” has gone on sale, you can get it here.

For a limited time the book is now selling for $8.00 instead of the normal price of $11.99 so grab it while it’s going cheap!

Why am I doing this? Well I want as many people as possible to read my book The Easter Book and one way is to reduce the book price further still.

Heres a snippet:

Easter in Sweden

Foods, Traditions and Witches!

In Sweden they celebrate Easter but not really to celebrate the resurrection of Christ, instead Easter is all about twigs, feathers, egg hunts, fish and witches!

Traditionally Easter in Sweden lasts from the Thursday until the Monday or Easter Monday as is commonly called. They celebrate like they do at Christmas although they don’t dress up a tree. Instead they get birch twigs and decorate them with multi coloured feathers and brightly painted eggs which they have boiled first. But in ages gone by they celebrated with other traditions too.

Every chapter is meticulously researched and written and highlights some interesting facts about Easter, and the recipes are second to none!

  1. Chapters include “Why We Eat Lamb” which tells you how the idea of eating lamb for Easter came into being.
  2. Or why we have the German’s to thank for some of today’s popular traditions.
  3. What’s the connection between the Swedish, witches and birch twigs!!
The Easter Book is only $8

An alternative Easter book

Each chapter is written concisely and nothing has been left out, see for yourself get the book now!!

A truly fascinating read from beginning to end. But don’t take my word for it. I have sold pre-releases of this fine e-book and this is what people have said:

A really good read and worth buying if it’s only for the recipes!
Serge via Facebook

I never knew they ate such lovely food in Sweden. Thanks for the pre-release now I can’t wait to read more of your books.
Rachel Thomas via email

I never knew that about lamb, now I can tell my kids when we eat it for dinner on Easter Sunday! I can’t wait to try the Easter cake recipe.
Katy B via email

Heres a snippet:

Easter in Germany

A country of many different traditions and cultures, Germany celebrates Easter in the same way most Christian countries do and that includes eating lamb, something the Germans don’t eat until Easter. They also have a big way with other special foods, cakes and eggs. And talking of eggs, did you know that the Easter bunny came from the Germans?

But what other traditions do the Germans have today and are any of them from days gone by?

Grab the book now while I am selling it at the reduced price of $11.99 $8.00!

Well the season of goodwill is almost over for another year and I must admit this has been one of the best ever for me. I celebrated Christmas in Germany with my girlfriend and her family and everything was perfect, well almost. Ham and potato balls (knödel) for dinner (lunch) with lots of mustard, and all washed down with Sekt, which I believe is German Champagne.
Then yesterday it was my birthday, 21 again!! My beautiful girlfriend gave me a wonderful present of a bottle of Cuban Rum which is 28 years old! I haven’t opened it yet, I intend to open it when there is some special occasion, like my wedding.

The weather has been funny to. We got here to find snow everywhere and coldness, now it’s raining and warm! Talk about global warming. This part of Germany should be under mounds of snow and minus 30 temeratures, not rain and warm.
I love Christmas in Germany, lots of Christmas Markets all selling anything including homemade decorations,