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Stories tagged: traditions

Front Porch: There’s richness in ritual

A rainbow of brightly hued eggs peeked from the drab gray carton. It wouldn’t have been Easter weekend without colored eggs, jellybeans and new shirts for the boys to wear …

A peek at traditions

‘Don’t peek,” said Dave McCullough. “You have to resist peeking.” McCullough is teaching his granddaughter Chloee Lucki, 10, how to make the orange rolls his family serves every Christmas morning. …

Front Porch: Christmas traditions move along

When Tevye and the cast belt out “Tradition” in “Fiddler on the Roof,’ they’re singing my song. I, especially, love the ritual, familiarity and comfort of holiday traditions. For me, …

Launch New Year with karmic cuisine such as dumplings

People around the world welcome the new year with a mix of tradition and superstition. In China, dumplings shaped like gold ingots embody hope for a prosperous new year.