The cabbage was delicious. It had the sweetness of dried currants, cherries and apple and the punch of cider vinegar and burgundy wine.
Last year I found the recipe for this red cabbage at a site called "fooddownunder". It was a site that grouped foods by food type or ingredients or countries of origin. It was a great site but for some reason their site registration expired. With some searching I found a Way Back Machine that archived the recipe.
I've included a picture of the Paska bread that we made from the Ukrainian Daughters' Cookook.
Easter doves represent the return of the larks in spring. I saved some of the dough from the Paska bread to make the doves. Maybe if I make them every year for a while they may begin to look as good as the ones in the book.
Our Easter day was a wonderful day. We finished the day with a moist rich chocolate cake. Rebeca had stopped eating chocolate for Lent and rewarded herself and us with a moist, rich chocolate cake at the end of Lent.