As someone who has made, oh about 20 or so Passover meals, I always thought that traditionalists ate gefilte fish and brisket (beef) with the odd outliner making a turkey?
I thought lamb was a very Easter thing along with ham. Not being a religious person it got me to thinking… what are your food traditions on these holidays?
For Passover I got into the habit of making Shmura Matzah Lasagna that was from a Sicilian recipe that was supposed to be made with Carta Musica (also known as Pane Carasau) and made with a meat broth (lamb I think) I made it into a more straight up red sauce affair with lots of Parmesan and topped it with poached eggs.
So tell me what are you going to be making this Easter/Passover?