Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dish made of boiled rice or other grain with honey or hydromel and raisins. Nearly everywhere in the Greek Church this dish is eaten after a funeral or a service for the dead, having been taken to the church or cemetery and placed on the reading-desk during the service. The ingredients are thought to be symbolical, the rice meaning the resurrection, the honey the joy of eternal life, etc. The custom is probably derived from funeral ceremonies of the ancient Greeks.
“We start with kutia, which is wheat and honey and poppy seed, and then we'll make our way to the varenyky, which are kind of like perogies," said Bondarchuk.”
“Polish Catholics eat kutia on Christmas Eve to celebrate the imminent birth of the savior.”
““If you please, half-a-pound of currants, four pounds of sugar, and three pounds of rice for the kutia.””
“If you please, half-a-pound of currants, four pounds of sugar, and three pounds of rice for the kutia.”
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