According to the Weather Channel, March will exit like a lion. From the kitchen, where I whipped up this chowder this morning, I could look out the window over the sink and see the trees in the park across the street bending in the wind. As I left for work, I had a brief view … Continue reading
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In doing research for a new post on the Feast of the Annunciation, I came across a bouquet of information about celebrating March 25 as the “Day of the Unborn Child” visit http://dayoftheunbornchild.com/Day This relatively new campaign was created to promote such an observance on this most glorious Feast Day. I think it’s a brilliant idea … Continue reading
Tomorrow is the Feast of St. Joseph, husband of Mary, patron of the universal Church and very beloved by countless faithful throughout the ages. Research on the Internet and you’ll find a bounty of customs around the world born from a wish to honor St. Joseph in church, at table with friends and neighbors but most … Continue reading
Being mainly Irish and Italian (with a dash of Slovak, Scots, Swedish and English tossed in for good measure) the third week of March is always one of the favorite weeks of the year around our house. Today, of course, we’ll focus in on Patrick’s Day which admittedly isn’t nearly the food fest that St. Joseph’s … Continue reading
Enjoy this traditional recipe for Irish Soda bread Irish Soda Bread Recipe Prep time: 15 minutes | Cook time: 40 minutes Ingredients: – 4 to 4 1/2 cups flour – 2 Tbsp sugar – 1 teaspoon salt – 1 teaspoon baking soda – 4 Tbsp butter – 1 cup raisins – 1 large egg, lightly … Continue reading
Stop by every day during Lent to read a new meatless recipe from the Keeping the Feast archives!