Traditional Mexican cuisine stays close to the Earth–Our Lady of Guadalupe came to the poor who know how to survive and know how to celebrate fiestas! For the most part, the dishes are mostly vegetarian and even vegan–corn, rice, beans, … Read the rest
This recipe takes its name from the opening words of the “Collect”
for the First Sunday of Advent: Stir up your power, O Lord, and come.
According to an old English tradition, the Plum Pudding served at Christmas … Read the rest
“I joyfully celebrate the food I am given.
May it deeply nourish everyone that I feed.”
~ San Pasqual
San Pasqual was born in Torrehermosa in the Kingdom of Aragon on May 24, 1540 on the Feast of Pentecost … Read the rest
This New Year’s Eve punch is a tradition in Austria, where the last day of the year is dedicated to Pope, St. Sylvester. According to Medieval legends, he baptized Constantine the Great, thereby bringing about the dawning not … Read the rest
Many people in Wisconsin are “getting tired of winter” this year: the “polar vortex” has kept temperatures closer to zero this month than has been the case in recent years. “Where’s the global warming when we need it?”
Rather … Read the rest
Manure. After several days of temperatures below 30 degrees in Madison, Wisconsin, the ground in the aisles between plots in Quann Community Garden was frozen enough to cart enough composted horse manure to cover our 4 raised beds. On … Read the rest