lunes, 15 de marzo de 2010
These pies are typical of the Easter holidays and the Christmas holidays. Our grandmothers did before the holidays so they had made for dinner a few nights. If they become smaller in size are also used to serve on a buffet.
Instead of beef and pea filling, these pies can also fish or vegetables only, and as a curiosity, at least in Palma de Mallorca elsewhere, some people make these pies dough sweet, adding a little sugar to the dough.
Holy Week is the annual commemoration in the Christian calendar that commemorates the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth or what is the same mark his last days, therefore, is a liturgical period of intense activity within the various Christian denominations. Begins on Palm Sunday and ends on Holy Saturday, although his celebration usually starts in several places on the previous Friday (Viernes de Dolores) and is considered part of it by the Holy Week is preceded by Lent, which culminates in the Week Passion where we celebrate the Eucharist on Holy Thursday, commemorates the Crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday and Resurrection at the Easter Vigil during the night of Holy Saturday to Easter Sunday.
During Holy Week there are various samples of popular religion throughout the world, highlighting the processions and representations of the Passion.