Category Archives: Fr. Z’s Kitchen

Christmas Supper

The old phrase is “Anything worth doing, is worth over-doing.”

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PUDDING REPORT: Christmas Pudding 2012 is underway!

Things are underway on this “Stir Up Sunday”, the Last Sunday after Pentecost. “Stir Up” comes from the first words of the Collect for Holy Mass in the Usus Antiquior.
I decided that for this round I would use the recipe … Continue reading

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Sunday Supper: Coq au vin with a difference

It has been a while since I offered a “Sunday Supper” post. I am committed to urging you all to think about good, slow, and sometimes important meals, with people, on Sundays. Alas, today I was not with people for … Continue reading

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“Stir Up Sunday” is NEXT SUNDAY. Start planning!

For the last two years I made my own English-style Christmas Pudding. Delicious. A whole different theory of cooking. The flavors are amazing.
Remember THIS?
This year I am going to pay attention to Stir Up Sunday. 25 November is “Stir Up Sunday”, … Continue reading

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Friday Supper

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Feast Day Supper for All Saints

Dining alone is not my favorite thing, but I am tired. I wanted to read and lick my wounds. Internet problems. Perfect a month ago. Today total failure. I don’t want to do … Continue reading

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Sort of Sunday Supper…. sort of… and a fun blog suggestion

You may remember that I have posted about cooking some ancient and medieval dishes.
Today I discovered a blog dedicate to ancient cooking with a delightful name: Pass The Garum.
Garum, of course, is the ancient equivalent of ketchup.  It is the … Continue reading

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Of molluscacide and cinema. Of opening up and digging in.

On my break from my sorting and throwing, I set my DVR to the Olympics (so that I could skip the, tarnation, commercials). I cooked and ate and watched a movie.
For supper, I had mussels, steamed in white wine and … Continue reading

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Spiffy photo of real nuns on Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day!

For Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, a friend sent me this spiffy photo of real nuns.

I’ll bet the Magisterium of Nuns has boycotted Chick-fil-A.
Tonight I will make chicken in solidarity with Chick-fil-A.
By the way… on Monday I ate beef, because Pres. Obama’s … Continue reading

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Fr. Z’s Kitchen – Fish on Friday Edition

I like to broil salmon and trout.  There are many ways to do it.  Here is one way I have found that works well. And it is FAST.
First, find a sale on salmon or your trout (that is the time … Continue reading

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