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Easter is Sunday March 31. Ramadan begins with the new moon nearMonday March 11.
There's no celebrating the Ceremony of a Day without good food. Here are some of our favorite specialty foods and holiday treats from Europe and the very finest culinary herbs and herbal teas from our friends at the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Community in New Gloucester, Maine. These are delicious things we use in our own kitchen, too: We eat Leksands Knäckebröd––those big wheels of brown bread from Sweden––every morning at breakfast with yogurt, fruit, and oatmeal, and Seth loves to brew a cup of Shaker Ginger Lemon herbal tea before bed. And though we appreciate the health benefits of a square of dark chocolate after dinner, let's face it: there's nothing quite as delicious as milk chocolate from Germany!