This is Easter Sunday for Roman Catholics. Next Sunday will be the same celebration for Orthodox Christians. The day has been cloudy. Susan and I will attend an evening mass at the Church of St. Clare.
Easter Eggs are an important component of this celebration. There are egg ceremonies associated with Easter. A friend of ours is planning to cook and decorate over 90 eggs for friends and family. I noticed that one of the cafes had set out bowls of Easter Eggs as table decorations.
I am sure you can tell that our visiting cats are thrilled beyond meows over their Easter attire.
Charles (Karlo) Baker-Clark
I am a university professor with interests in the relationship of food and culture. I am also a Fulbright Scholar and will deploy to Montenegro in September, 2014 where I will collaborate in teaching and learning about food and culture as well as food tourism. This blog is dedicated to sharing my experiences in Montenegro with you. It is also dedicated to my son Chad who mixes artistry and savvy in teaching people how to bake bread and make pizza.
This site, Zdravo (Hello) From Montenegro, is not an official Fulbright site. The views expressed on this site are entirely those of its author, Charles A. Baker-Clark, and do not represent the views of the Fulbright Program, the U.S. State Department or any of its partner organizations.