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Hot cross bun - Wikipedia

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A hot cross bun is a spiced sweet bun made with currants or raisins, marked with a cross on the ... Hot cross buns may go on sale in Australia and New Zealand as early as New Year's Day ... It u...

Why should we eat hot cross buns only at Easter?

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Apr 3, 2015 ... Traditionally, hot cross buns are eaten on Good Friday and only on Good Friday. ... Before Good Friday, it's like opening Christmas presents early ... If you're going to get religious about it - and this is Good Friday we're talking ...

5 Great Historical Myths And Traditions About Hot Cross Buns, a Pre ...

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Apr 17, 2014 ... Likewise, taking hot cross buns on a voyage at sea endows the boat with ... the goddess Easter, as early as the days of Cecrops, the founder of ...

Leave the buns for Good Friday | Eternity News

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Mar 29, 2013 ... An outcry from Tasmanian priest, Father Tony Kennedy about the increasingly early sale of hot cross buns (now in stores from January) ...

In Pakistan, people wait for hours for these delicious hot cross buns

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Mar 21, 2016 ... But getting a highly coveted bag of hot cross buns isn't that simple. ... “Every year I think I'm going to be the early bird, and I'm late,” says Tyrone ...

Hot Cross Buns through Paganism, Christianity and Superstition ...

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Mar 25, 2013 ... The pagan Saxons would bake cross buns at the beginning of spring in ... reference to 'hot' cross buns was in 'Poor Robin's Almanac' in the early 1700s: ... A century later the belief behind the hot cross bun starts to get a ...

Baking for Easter - The History of Traditional Hot Cross Buns and ...

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Mar 20, 2012 ... It is to be noted that prior to our Hot Cross Buns being an edible symbol of ... In the early 19th century, a widow who lived on the site was ...

Baker launches war on supermarkets' early hot cross bun sales

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Dec 8, 2015 ... Hot cross buns on Boxing Day? Bakeries are trying to stop supermarket chains selling hot cross buns so early.

Easter 2016: The history of hot cross buns, and where to find the best

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Jun 17, 2016 ... If you think the controversy over hot cross buns being sold on New ... Archaeologists found early prototypes of hot cross buns in the ruins of ...

Hot Cross Buns - Like

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Hot Cross Buns are round, slightly-sweet individual serving-sized buns made from a yeast-risen ... They started being called "hot" sometime in the early 1800s.

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Food Timeline--Easter foods: history & symbolism

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... that was baked on Good Friday date back to a very early period. ... In England, hot cross buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday; they ... buns, biscuits, or other spice bread (being bread out of size and not ...

Sweet Easter tradition: Hot cross buns - Burlington Free Press

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Mar 18, 2016 ... “I don't like to get them too dark,” Gulley said, reaching in to pick up a bun and ... Red Hen starts offering hot cross buns on weekends a few weeks ... also includes a full version of the familiar rhyme, dating it to the early 1700s:.

At cross purposes: Bakers urge supermarkets to save hot cross buns ...

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Dec 22, 2015 ... "With the hot cross buns being on sale so early in the piece, the bakers are finding it is more difficult to take advantage of the Easter trade.