When I was growing up the Easter Bunny was not well known in Britain. Now, he (I assume he is a he – he always seems to be wearing a bow tie) is becoming more popular as egg hunts become more the norm. When I was young (roll of the eyes from my children), we didn’t do such things as egg hunts or even Easter Baskets (you’ve just had Christmas!) – we rolled painted, hard boiled eggs down a hill – for fun and then if they didn’t break we would eat them for lunch.
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The Mother's day date in the UK is linked to Easter, which is different each year as it is determined by the lunar calendar. The UK's Mother's Day always falls on the fourth Sunday during Lent, where people tend to give up things like bad habits or foods for the days leading up to Easter.
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So you’ve just bought your first Christmas Pudding. Are you filled with excitement or trepidation? Christmas Pudding can be an acquired taste but cooked correctly and served with the right sauce, it can become a family favorite for Christmas dessert.