First Friday of the month: Mom-Cook / Recipes
It was Ash Wednesday the other day, the first day of Lent. I attended the mass held at the girl's school and was reminded of the meaning of this holy season. The priest said that Lent is about alms giving, prayer, and sacrifice. Two forms of sacrifice that Christians practice are abstinence and fasting. It doesn't have to be just about food. We can all choose to abstain or fast from wanting and doing things that we like, or giving up something for someone in need. For this post, it's about abstaining from eating meat.
|Fusilli in Tomato Sauce with Sardines|
Honestly, it's hard for me to give up meat, or a meal, more so to fast. But I'm willing and able to abstain for eating meat every Friday. If you can abstain for 40 days, why not?
I have here 8 recipes from the past year, prepared with no meat, just to give you some ideas on what to include in your menus this Lenten season. Of course, you can cook these anytime of the year. Maybe some of you have already seen or read these food posts, or maybe tried them already. Thank you for that!
Just click on the photo or title to go to the recipe page.
DIY Hot Pot Meal (meat can be omitted from this recipe)
You know I want things simple and easy. No complicated dishes here, so I hope you can try them, if you haven't yet.
Do you have a favorite meatless dish you care to share?
Get more meatless recipes here: Lenten Special - Favorite Meatless Dishes
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