A gyro is a slow-roasted lamb, usually from lamb or turkey, and a lamb is an Italian-style stew that uses lamb.
There are two types of gyros in Italy, the lamb giochi and the lamb lasagna.
A lamb lasagne is a stew with lamb, beef, vegetables and cheese, and usually consists of beef or pork.
Easter lamb is a special kind of lamb, made by roasting it over an open fire and then adding the remaining ingredients.
Easter eggs are also eaten at Easter.
The Easter egg is a little piece of bread that is baked into the shape of an egg, and it is often eaten with a sauce called a macaroni.
A little egg is eaten by some people at Easter, but it is not really a meal, and is a symbol of the resurrection.
Easter meat, or Easter bread, is the most popular dish at Easter and is often served with other Easter food such as sausage and bacon.
Easter is traditionally a festival where Christians gather at a particular location.
The festival is celebrated on the Sunday following Easter Sunday, when the Lord Jesus Christ returns to earth after his resurrection.
In the ancient Middle East, Easter was also known as the Feast of the Annunciation, which was celebrated in the month of Ramadan.