Friday’s Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary

The Turkish Ottoman Empire was a mighty force pushing for expansion and domination. By 1453, the Empire occupied the Byzantine Empire. From there, the Turks expanded westward for the next 100 years or so on land and at sea. Their superior naval power was feared throughout the Mediterranean.

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Beautiful Tilapia with Garlic Green Beans

Welcome to Jelly Bean Day and Earth Day and my personal favorite, Fabulous Friday. Originally, today appeared on my meal planner as Fish Friday, but that just didn’t have the appeal I was looking for.

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The Forth Friday of Lent, the Annunciation and Pasta

March 25 is exactly 9 months from Christmas Morning. That would make today the Feast of the Annunciation. Typically on this day, we’ve shared the traditional Waffle Breakfast. But not today.

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Friday Night Mushroom Bolognese Spaghetti

If you’ve been around a while (and I thank you), then you know ours is an Old School Catholic household. That is to say in many ways we practice the faith of our childhood, before the changes of Vatican II.

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