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Slide 1 of 31: Easter is, of course, about much more than just bunnies and eggs. And for those of us who have been celebrating the entire season of Lent, it's especially important to remember Good Friday, when Christians around the world commemorate Jesus's greatest sacrifice. Whether you are celebrating with prayers and fasting, with church services, or simply by abstaining from any meat-based meals (whether that means fish, or going full-on vegetarian), it's appropriate to treat the day with solemnity before moving on to celebrate the resurrection on Easter Sunday.In that spirit, we're here to help you. You can learn a little bit about the history of Good Friday, and how it's been celebrated through the ages. And if you're unsure of what to make, or what is appropriate to cook, we've got a long list of ideas from our site and from around the web. These are our favorite dishes to make and eat on Good Friday—some involve fish or seafood, which has been a classic choice for Christians on Fridays during Lent for hundreds of years. Others are completely meat-free, which is not only a good sacrifice, but also a healthy choice. But most importantly, these choices are also relatively simple and easy to make. After all, commemorating Good Friday isn't about celebrating. (We'll do that on Easter, when we're decorating, painting eggs, and hiding baskets for the young ones.) It's about remembering, and being thankful.

Slide 2 of 31: Smoked paprika and light brown sugar complement each other in this uncomplicated grilled dinner. Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 3 of 31: This veggie-forward salad combines the best of spring vegetables with a lightly pan-seared salmon.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 4 of 31: This low-country classic skips the sausage for a simpler stew made primarily with okra and catfish, so it's perfect for observing Good Friday.Get the recipe.Shop Now

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Slide 5 of 31: There's no meat or dairy, but plenty of sweet and spicy flavors in this filling meal.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 6 of 31: Pre-cooked lobster meat makes this tasty meal practically cook-free. Just toast the buns and you're done!Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 7 of 31: The key to making this simple concoction of peas, noodles, and roasted salmon shine? Use plenty of fresh dill. You won't regret it. Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 8 of 31: Craving tacos? Fish is fine, but these surprisingly robust crunchy concoctions are fully meat-free. Spiced roasted carrots add sweetness and cooked black beans offer plenty of protein.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 9 of 31: Looking for something very simple, but not boring? Frozen shrimp to the rescue! A slice of sourdough bread acts as the base, and fresh fruit add lots of flavor.Get the recipe.Shop Now

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Slide 10 of 31: This recipe is ideal for feeding a hungry crew. It's simple to make and so hearty, they may not even notice the lack of meat. Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 11 of 31: This delicious, filling bread and greens salad is simple, tasty, and fast.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 12 of 31: This simple shrimp-and-couscous dish gets a huge burst of flavor from the floral combination of thyme, rosemary, tarragon, and lavender.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 13 of 31: Need a meat-free dish the whole fam will love? This staple serves up ample creamy gooeyness, while a stealthy vegetable (puréed cauliflower!) boosts vitamins and fiber.Get the recipe.Shop Now

Slide 14 of 31: Believe it or not, this unbelievably juicy burger is actually vegan!Get the recipe at Full of Plants.

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Slide 15 of 31: A garlicky sauce gives this simple fish dish plenty of flavor. Get the recipe at Spicy Southern Kitchen.Shop Now

Slide 16 of 31: This classic comfort food doesn't get much simpler to make.Get the recipe at Jo Cooks.Shop Now

Slide 17 of 31: Lemon zest makes this springy pasta oh so refreshing. Get the recipe at Natasha's Kitchen.Shop Now

Slide 18 of 31: A delicious dinner made on one sheet and ready in just 30 minutes? It doesn't get any better than this!Get the recipe at Well Plated by Erin.Shop Now

Slide 19 of 31: Sun-dried tomatoes and spinach brighten up this rich—and cheesy—meal. Get the recipe at The Blond Cook.Shop Now

Slide 20 of 31: Simple ingredients—you probably already have them in your pantry—seamlessly come together in this rich dish.Get the recipe at Coley Cooks.Shop Now

Slide 21 of 31: The homemade butter sauce makes this simply seasoned cod absolutely mouthwatering. Get the recipe at Little Broken.Shop Now

Slide 22 of 31: This blogger writes that every bite of her bowls"just melts in your mouth."Get the recipe at Damn Delicious.Shop Now

Slide 23 of 31: Want to go all-out, while still sticking to seafood? This incredibly cheesy casserole is filled with scallops, shrimp, and crab. Get the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.Shop Now

Slide 24 of 31: It takes just 15 minutes to whip up this loaded recipe. Get the recipe at Creme de la Crumb.

Slide 25 of 31: Use tilapia, cod, or mahi mahi in this easy taco recipe. Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.

Slide 26 of 31: Roasted cashews make this hearty pasta oh-so-creamy. Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

Slide 27 of 31: A homemade jerk seasoning makes these skewers irresistible. Get the recipe at Dinner at the Zoo.

Slide 28 of 31: Everyone will be licking their plates clean when you're serving up this classic southern comfort food. Get the recipe at The Recipe Critic.

Slide 29 of 31: Cilantro, ginger, and turmeric give this better-for-you burger lots of Asian-inspired flavor. Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

Slide 30 of 31: This one-pan meal tastes just as amazing as it looks.Get the recipe at Cotter Crunch.

Slide 31 of 31: Even meat eaters will devour this tangy tofu. Get the recipe at Peas and Crayons.

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Easter is, of course, about much more than just bunnies and eggs. And for those of us who have been celebrating the entire season of Lent, it's especially important to remember Good Friday, when Christians around the world commemorate Jesus's greatest sacrifice. Whether you are celebrating with prayers and fasting, with church services, or simply by abstaining from any meat-based meals (whether that means fish, or going full-on vegetarian), it's appropriate to treat the day with solemnity before moving on to celebrate the resurrection on Easter Sunday.

In that spirit, we're here to help you. You can learn a little bit about the history of Good Friday, and how it's been celebrated through the ages. And if you're unsure of what to make, or what is appropriate to cook, we've got a long list of ideas from our site and from around the web. These are our favorite dishes to make and eat on Good Friday—some involve fish or seafood, which has been a classic choice for Christians on Fridays during Lent for hundreds of years. Others are completely meat-free, which is not only a good sacrifice, but also a healthy choice.

But most importantly, these choices are also relatively simple and easy to make. After all, commemorating Good Friday isn't about celebrating. (We'll do that on Easter, when we're decorating, painting eggs, and hiding baskets for the young ones.) It's about remembering, and being thankful.

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Sweet-and-Smoky Cedar-Planked Salmon

Smoked paprika and light brown sugar complement each other in this uncomplicated grilled dinner.

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3/31 SLIDES © Brian Woodcock

Seared Salmon, Watercress, and Potato Salad With Olive Dressing

This veggie-forward salad combines the best of spring vegetables with a lightly pan-seared salmon.

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4/31 SLIDES © Ed Anderson

Mississippi Catfish Gumbo

This low-country classic skips the sausage for a simpler stew made primarily with okra and catfish, so it's perfect for observing Good Friday.

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Bulgur and Cashew Stuffed Eggplant

There's no meat or dairy, but plenty of sweet and spicy flavors in this filling meal.

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6/31 SLIDES © Brian Woodcock - Hearst Owned

Classic Lobster Rolls

Pre-cooked lobster meat makes this tasty meal practically cook-free. Just toast the buns and you're done!

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7/31 SLIDES © Brian Woodcock - Hearst Owned

Spring Pasta with Salmon, Peas, and Dill

The key to making this simple concoction of peas, noodles, and roasted salmon shine? Use plenty of fresh dill. You won't regret it.

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8/31 SLIDES © Becky Luigart-Stayner

Carrot and Black Bean Crispy Tacos

Craving tacos? Fish is fine, but these surprisingly robust crunchy concoctions are fully meat-free. Spiced roasted carrots add sweetness and cooked black beans offer plenty of protein.

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Grapefruit, Shrimp, and Radicchio Tartines

Looking for something very simple, but not boring? Frozen shrimp to the rescue! A slice of sourdough bread acts as the base, and fresh fruit add lots of flavor.

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Vegetarian Chili with Grains and Beans

This recipe is ideal for feeding a hungry crew. It's simple to make and so hearty, they may not even notice the lack of meat.

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11/31 SLIDES © Brian Woodcock

Cucumber-Salmon Panzanella

This delicious, filling bread and greens salad is simple, tasty, and fast.

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12/31 SLIDES © Brian Woodcock

Herbes de Provence Shrimp with Basil and Pea Couscous

This simple shrimp-and-couscous dish gets a huge burst of flavor from the floral combination of thyme, rosemary, tarragon, and lavender.

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13/31 SLIDES © BRIAN WOODCOCK

Cauliflower Mac'n' Cheese

Need a meat-free dish the whole fam will love? This staple serves up ample creamy gooeyness, while a stealthy vegetable (puréed cauliflower!) boosts vitamins and fiber.

Get the recipe.

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14/31 SLIDES © Full of Plants

Smoky Tempeh Black Bean Burgers

Believe it or not, this unbelievably juicy burger is actually vegan!

Get the recipe at Full of Plants.

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15/31 SLIDES © Spicy Southern Kitchen

Broiled Flounder With Lemon Cream Sauce

A garlicky sauce gives this simple fish dish plenty of flavor.

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16/31 SLIDES © Jo Cooks

Tuna Noodle Casserole

This classic comfort food doesn't get much simpler to make.

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17/31 SLIDES © Natasha's Kitchen

Shrimp and Artichoke Linguine

Lemon zest makes this springy pasta oh so refreshing.

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18/31 SLIDES © Well Plated by Erin

Garlic Salmon with Lemon Butter

A delicious dinner made on one sheet and ready in just 30 minutes? It doesn't get any better than this!

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19/31 SLIDES © The Blond Cook

Creamy Tuscan Shrimp and Scallops

Sun-dried tomatoes and spinach brighten up this rich—and cheesy—meal.

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20/31 SLIDES © Coley Cooks

Butter Poached Fish

Simple ingredients—you probably already have them in your pantry—seamlessly come together in this rich dish.

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21/31 SLIDES © Little Broken

Baked Cod With Tomato and Herb Butter

The homemade butter sauce makes this simply seasoned cod absolutely mouthwatering.

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22/31 SLIDES © Damn Delicious

Garlic Butter Scallop Bowls

This blogger writes that every bite of her bowls"just melts in your mouth."

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23/31 SLIDES © The Cookie Rookie

Seafood Lasagna

Want to go all-out, while still sticking to seafood? This incredibly cheesy casserole is filled with scallops, shrimp, and crab.

Get the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.

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24/31 SLIDES © Creme de la Crumb

Southwest Shrimp Salad Stuffed Avocados

It takes just 15 minutes to whip up this loaded recipe.

Get the recipe at Creme de la Crumb.

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25/31 SLIDES © Cooking Classy

Grilled Fish Tacos With Lime Cabbage Slaw

Use tilapia, cod, or mahi mahi in this easy taco recipe.

Get the recipe at Cooking Classy.

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26/31 SLIDES © Half Baked Harvest

Roasted Red Pepper Pasta With White Beans and Basil

Roasted cashews make this hearty pasta oh-so-creamy.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

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27/31 SLIDES © Dinner at the Zoo

Jerk Shrimp Kabobs

A homemade jerk seasoning makes these skewers irresistible.

Get the recipe at Dinner at the Zoo.

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28/31 SLIDES © The Recipe Critic

Cajun Garlic Shrimp and Grits

Everyone will be licking their plates clean when you're serving up this classic southern comfort food.

Get the recipe at The Recipe Critic.

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29/31 SLIDES © Ambitious Kitchen

Thai Tuna Patties With Cilantro Cabbage Slaw

Cilantro, ginger, and turmeric give this better-for-you burger lots of Asian-inspired flavor.

Get the recipe at Ambitious Kitchen.

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30/31 SLIDES © Cotter Crunch

Sheet Pan Pistachio Crusted Salmon With Glazed Carrots

This one-pan meal tastes just as amazing as it looks.

Get the recipe at Cotter Crunch.

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31/31 SLIDES © Peas and Crayons

Sweet and Spicy Sriracha Tofu

Even meat eaters will devour this tangy tofu.

Get the recipe at Peas and Crayons.

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