Wednesday, March 30, 2016

A foodie Easter recap 2016

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Here a little post about my Easter 2016 whereabouts. Easter has a religious background and my knowledge about it is quite casual. I did enjoy listening all the classic religious and adventurous stories (arc of Noah, story of Moses etc.) that was told in the elementary school during a class called ‘social religion’. But me and my family don’t hold any special value for Easter other than eating the annual food like eggs and baked goods.
How was your Easter?  
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Hier een snelle bericht over mijn Pasen van alweer 2016. Pasen heeft natuurlijk een religieuze achtergrond waarvan ik de kennis op de grote lijnen weet.
De religieuze en avontuurlijke verhalen (ark van Noah, verhaal van Mozes etc.) die verteld werden tijdens mijn basisschooljaren heb ik altijd boeiend gevonden. Verder hebben ik en mijn familie geen bijzondere waarde voor Pasen. Kortom: we vieren niet echt Pasen, naast dat we wel jaarlijks eitjes en andere lekkers eten.
Hoe was jou Pasen?


At work
At my work which is at school, we held an Easter brunch. The kids brought homemade food from home to school and turned into a nice buffet in the classroom! Some parents did put great effort in the treats and I am sure everybody enjoyed everyone`s food. I sure I did!

Egg hunting
At my work which is at school, we held an Easter brunch. The kids brought homemade food from home to school and turned into a nice buffet in the classroom! Some parents did put great effort in the treats and I am sure everybody enjoyed everyone`s food. I sure I did!

At home
A little food shopping done at Marks and Spencer and in Chinatown!
1. cross buns // 2. Scottish lemon butter cookies // 3. green tea // 4. onion rings // 5. tea biscuits // 6. almond coated chocolate with cinnamon or icing sugar // 7. instant noodle soup // 8. instant green tea latte
Yum!

4 comments :

  1. the kids' parents have put a lot of afford into the Easter party in your school..I enjoy looking at what they brought in for the buffet. We had a nice afternoon tea at sister in law house on Easter..it's a blessing for me to have such a thoughtful sister in law.

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  2. I don't really celebrate Easter, but food definitely is the best way to celebrate any holiday! Is that last picture of matcha chocolate? Yum!! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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  3. That school brunch looks absolutely wonderful - so jealous

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  4. Oh so many easter goodies! I don't celebrate easter but I love all the sweet treats and traditional yummies things that come with these holidays. I'm not a fan of chocolate eggs though but I don't mind surprised inside!

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