Welcome to the First Ember Days of Pentecost

Here we are, at the first Wednesday following Pentecost Sunday. This is the first of three days that make up Pentecost or Summer Ember Days. The focus of Ember Days is to give thanks. In the summer we are thankful for the harvest of wheat. Without wheat, there could be no Eucharistic Mass.

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Friday’s Seafood Medley Bake

As a working man, Kiddo looks forward to Fridays. It’s the end of the workweek. Two glorious days off. All he need do is get beyond our Friday Night Catholic Supper.

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Buttery Baked Cod with Garlic Couscous

Couscous is like Bora Bora or Mahi Mahi, so awesome you need to say it twice. Okay, so Bora Bora and Mahi Mahi are actually the same words twice, while Couscous is just one word. Reason? You can’t shorten it. Okay, you might never call Bora Bora just Bora, but I bet you’ve said Mahi for the fish rather than Mahi Mahi. I know I have. You know, as in we’re grilling wild caught Mahi tonight.

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Oven Baked Fish and Chips

In an effort to eat more healthy meals, Hubby and I have decided to include a nice helping of fish at least twice a week. At first, we thought this decision would create issues. After all, our tastes are different.

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