Just like most things, Pittsburgh Easters are as unique and fun as the people who live in the city. If you’ve ever spent an Easter in Pittsburgh, these should bring back some memories.
When these iconic cookies suddenly changed shape.
When you knew the Easter bunny came but you had to go to church first. At church, you swore you’d go crazy if the priest said one more Alleluia because all you wanted was that Easter basket hidden away at home.
Making these with your grandma before Easter dinner.
Stuffing your face with these babies… and hiding the box.
Helping grandpa pack up your basket of Easter dinner food to be blessed at church on Holy Saturday in the Eastern European tradition.
When friends from other cities mention how they had prime rib or turkey on Easter and you show them this picture… and roll your eyes.
Getting to church an hour early to make sure you get your dad’s favorite pew.
This is the “grass” in your Easter basket… and it’s also the “grass” in your children’s Easter baskets…
When your Easter finest was underneath your Penguins Jersey.
When your Easter photos looked like this…
Have a wonderful Easter weekend, Pittsburgh Beautiful readers!