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Category Archives: Fr. Z’s Kitchen
I like to have a big breakfast once in a while, usually Saturday.
Here is one with a few nice features.
First, I have Mystic Monk Coffee in a “Save The Liturgy Save The World” mug. I used a “French Press“, … Continue reading
In a couple weeks I will be cooking for my literary group. In the past we have read all of Dante’s Divina Comedia, Milton’s Paradise Lost, a large percentage of the works of T.S. Eliot, a great share of … Continue reading
From a reader:
I was watching TV last night & on the program they were talking about fish & chips fried in rendered beef fat at a restaurant.
Fish & Chips is one of my favorite Friday dishes and I assume … Continue reading
UPDATE 17 Dec 1405 GMT:
I originally thought this was from some seminarians. I received it my email and without an attribution. I have since learned that it was originally posted on Commonweal. You can find their page HERE.
By using this … Continue reading
One from a bushel of oysters! This was a nice surprise.
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A reader alerted me to this wonderful bit of lore on the blog Spitalfields Life. Enjoy this with a glass of negus, which it’s something Preserved Killick will know about.
Nowadays, we may celebrate Christmas with a glass or four of … Continue reading
It’s Stir Up Sunday and time to make a Christmas Pudding, perhaps even in the manner of Max himself!
The first pudding I will make (I may make several for gifts) will be from a recipe suggested in the combox under … Continue reading
Over at Sancte Pater we find this from the Beeb:
Britain’s ‘cheapest’ lunchtime meal was unveiled by scientists on Wednesday – the toast sandwich.
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) is reviving the mid-Victorian dish, which, unsurprisingly, consists of two slices of … Continue reading