They are associated with Easter, as a symbol of new life.
Thin strips of dough baked into the shape of a child's arms folded in prayer
Traditionally eaten on Shrove Tuesday to symbolize the end of rich eating
These two items are eaten on Rosh Hashana to symbolize a sweet new year.
Potato pancakes eaten to commemorate the miracle of a small flask of oil
In Greece, it is to be made with 33 layers, referring to the years of Christ's life.
Offered to visitors on specific days following the death of a Muslim
Traditionally eaten at the meal that breaks the fast of Ramadan
This staple, served on the Chinese New Year's Eve, symbolizes longevity.
Apples and honey
MovieStyle on 06/20/2014
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