L. Hilton Sponge Cakes 170414

Traditional Palestinian Easter buscuits. Ka’ek bi ajwa, which represents the crown of Christ, and ka’ak bi ma’moul, which represents the sponge that Christ was given vinegar with on the cross when asking for water to quench his thirst. Photo EAPPI/L. Hilton.

Traditional Palestinian Easter buscuits. Ka’ek bi ajwa, which represents the crown of Christ, and ka’ak bi ma’moul, which represents the sponge that Christ was given vinegar with on the cross when asking for water to quench his thirst. Photo EAPPI/L. Hilton.

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