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A belated Hristos Vaskrse!
After I read your post on my channel I looked up some Easter traditions of Serbia. It looks like the big meal is commonly like this?
"traditionally, the meal begins with hors d'oeuvres of smoked meats and cheeses, avjar (roasted eggplant-pepper spread), boiled eggs and red wine.
Then, the dinner is laid on a table set with the finest hand-crocheted tablecloth, china, crystal and silver, and with a candelabra of three beeswax candles representing the Holy Trinity.
The meal usually starts with chicken noodle soup or chorba od janjetina (lamb vegetable soup), followed by a spit roasted lamb. Many Serbian Orthodox churches have a community spit where each family has its spring lamb cooked.
The food offerings are rounded out by meat sarma, numerous salads, vegetables, bread, (a savory strudel sometimes made with aged kajmak) and pastries and tortes of all types for dessert. "
How accurate is that?