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EASTER

Before the Easter Bunny hops to homes around the Northland, it glided on the ice at Northwoods Credit Union Arena in Cloquet for the free Skate with the Easter Bunny event on Saturday. Activities for families included arts and crafts projects, face painting, bean bag toss and, of course, skating with the Easter Bunny as well as the Cloquet Lumberjacks' mascot and members of the Minnesota Wilderness hockey team.
From the column: "Festive and colorful Easter eggs were a source of wonder to me as a child. My grandmother had taught my mom how to decorate these multi-step marvels, and in turn, my mom attempted to teach me."
From the column: "You never know the emotional impact of an olive branch until you try."
At a time when the bird flu has threatened to drive the Easter Bunny into early retirement, it seems wise to find a version of angel food that uses fewer eggs, such as this recipe for mock angel food.

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"Easter is the high point in the Christian calendar in which, after having been mercilessly crucified, Jesus rises from the tomb, thus delivering a crushing blow to the sin, the death and the evil that has such a tight grip on this earthly world."
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"Home With the Lost Italian" food columnist Sarah says this recipe makes a beautiful brunch salad that's fresh and brightly flavored.
"Even in this year, when it seems we cannot escape the cloud of despair enveloping this earth, we still celebrate the Son of God, coming to earth to live among us, suffering like us and voluntarily taking death to his grave with him so that we don’t have to."
"Home with the Lost Italian" columnist Sarah Nasello revisits three of her past recipes that add up to one delicious spread on the table, just in time for the holiday.

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