Welcome to the Pascha Edition of our Virtual St. Nicholas European Christmas Market!

Baba's Kitchen has reopened for your favorite Pascha foods!

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Blessings During This Season of Lent

Lent is the season of reflection, repentance and of offering our time and talents to help others as we await the resurrection.

.... I love this festival ...glad to see I'll be able to fill my Pascha Basket from Baba's Kitchen!

We're now online! You don't have to miss the Market!

Brings back memories of the holidays at my grandma's house.

Those are the best memories. Now we can make new ones with the foods and special gifts you'll only find at the Market - and now available online!

So glad to see this online shopping option. It's fun to browse, learn more about our customs and traditions, and re-capture my holiday spirit. So glad to see Baba's Kitchen is open!

A wonderful reminder of the true meaning and joy of Easter, even in difficult times.

Beautiful Resurrection Icon

At the center of the Christian faith is Jesus Christ and His Resurrection from the dead. The Icon of the Resurrection shows the risen Christ conquering death.

Christ is risen from the dead,
By death he trampled death,
And to those in the graves, and to those in the graves; He granted life!

-Paschal (Easter) Hymn

Fill Your Pascha Basket!

The FAMILY PASCHA BASKET!
It is the custom to bless baskets of Pascha Foods before sharing them picnic style. Many parishes will bless the baskets all together after the Divine Liturgy on Pascha morning. What's included? Usually there will be
a yeast bread, a bitter herb, wine, cheese, meat, butter, salt, and a red egg. Sweet bread is always included, leavened with yeast. This is a symbol of the New Covenant; the Jews made unleavened bread, and we, the children of the new covenant, make leavened bread.

Our Delicious Pascha Breads!

Ukrainian Easter bread or paska (which means Easter) is a slightly sweet egg bread that can be decorated with religious symbols.

It's taken to church on Easter morning in a special basket with other foods to be blessed. Slovaks also serve paska at Easter but this is not to be confused with the molded Easter cheese dessert of the same name.

Ukrainians also feature another type of sweet bread known as babka for Easter but instead of the fluted shape favored by the Poles, theirs looks more like a Russian kulich which is tall and cylindrical in shape.

It's all delicious!

Baba's Kitchen

  • Pierogis (frozen, one dozen)
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    $10.00
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  • Kielbasa, Approximately 1 pound link, smoked or fresh!
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    $12.00
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  • Kolach Rolls
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    $14.00
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  • Halubki (Cabbage Rolls!)
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    $12.00
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A little history of pierogi!