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5/6/13 10:07 A

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Well, we're converts so no family tradition -- In our basket we put various cheeses (we love cheese!), some summer sausage, a bucket of chicken wings, wine, a pascha bread a friend gave us, a couple yogurt cups, and I put in an apple for myself. We eat from our baskets after the pascha liturgy, and I didn't want to eat just meat and cheese, so I added the apple. DH didn't want any fruit or veggies.

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4/25/13 12:04 A

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Great question!
I too have Russian in my background (as well as Ukrainian and Lithuanian). A typical Pascha basket for our family consists of smoked kielbasi, ham, the egg cheese, Pascha bread, butter, eggs, horseradish,and sometimes the cheese pascha. I sometimes put in a few chocolate eggs (did that more so when my son was a child). While I don't put it in the basket to get blessed, I usually have a cheese cake to serve on Pascha too. Over the past few years I bless less and less food in the basket, as most of what I just listed are not healthy choices. I am super-sensitive to salt, especially lately. So our basket goodies will be "downsized" again this year.

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4/24/13 10:13 A

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What do you put in your Pascha basket?

I am of Russian descent so here is what I put in mine: smoked and fresh kielbasi, a pork roast, cheddar cheese, an Irish/Scottish/English cheese ( my hubby's background), pickled egges, horseradish. an egg cheese and cheese Pascha and butter.

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