It has been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I found this over at Young Fogeys, where Fr. Jay Toborowsky reigns supreme.
My emphases and comments.
In the life of a parish Priest (especially when you live alone), having the time to cook a meal is an almost unheard of treat. But, the other day, after reading another of Fr. Zuhlsdorf’s culinary triumphs, I couldn’t resist this:
On Sundays people should, if possible, get together for a nice meal. But after three Sunday Masses and a Corpus Christi procession, my desire for a meal is outweighed by my desire for things like a couch, The West Wing on DVD, [Good choice.] and some air conditioning.
But still, I needed to eat, so I decided to whip up one of my favorite recipes: Un panino di burro arachidi con patate fritte e ciambelline di ciocolata which is a "Peanut butter sandwich [I love those…] with potato chips and chocolate donuts".
First, I undid the twist tie on some Pane Italiano.
You can read the rest of this fine recipe over there and spike his stats!