I don't do religion, but if I did (and someone else cooked) I'd go with my cultural roots and celebrate Passover right about now. Of course I'd eat an Easter meal, too, if it were offered, but it's Passover that has the most meaning for me, especially now.
The original story, of course, is Moses and the Hebrews being set free from slavery. Our own slavery has been addiction to nicotine. We've been set free, and no longer "toil" for that master.
So in the spirit of Passover let's celebrate our freedom from the oppression of slavery to addiction. L'Chaim! And let's eat!