On Easter Sunday, the 40 days of fasting comes to an end. What better way to celebrate than to enjoy a delicious Easter brunch? In Carinthia, the “Osterjause” is the traditional Easter meal that consists of Reindling, ham, horseradish, and dyed Easter eggs. In some Carinthian homes, beef tongue or boiled sausages (“Selchwürsteln”) are served as well as butter stuffed with sweet poppy seeds and raisins. The Osterjause ingredients are brought to a church service in beautiful baskets decorated with an embroidered “Weihkorbdecke” cloth to be blessed. The combination of sweet and savory makes for a delicious meal.