Ramadan and Eid-al Fitr


Muslims celebrate Muhammad’s first revelation in Ramadan on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, often overlapping with April, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next. This is a month of fasting, prayer and reflection, but it’s also a time to be with your loved ones and celebrate as a community.

Eid al Fitr breaks the Ramadan fast with a prayer and feast that can last up to three days! Mutton, hearty soups and glamorous salads are not uncommon on the Eid table, but sweets play a unique role, giving the holiday the affectionate nickname of “Sweet Eid.”

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