FREDERICKTOWN — Serving lamb on Easter Sunday is a long-standing tradition in Christianity. Aside from lamb meat becoming more available in the spring, the serving of an Easter lamb for dinner represents Christ’s, the Lamb of God’s, sacrifice for our sins by dying on the cross. To this day, in remembrance of Jesus’ love, many Christians still practice this tradition.

Dorinda Kline, vice president of the Knox County Sheep Improvement Association and manager/butcher at Dee-Jay’s Custom Butchering, has many recommendations as to how locals can serve a delicious lamb dinner for their families this Easter.

 

Sarah Poole: 740-397-5333 or spoole@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mountvernonnews

 

 

 

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