Another perspective on ad orientem--the priest leading
Salmon with home-made ratatouille.
Pasta is good old dependable---just some sauce (no meat of course!) and maybe some cheese and pepper on top. But I guess if I follow the old Jewish custom---the ecclesiastical day goes sundown to sundown, not Midnight to Midnight, well, then I could have some meat at say 9 pm tonight, right, as it would be the start of Saturday? Official sunset in Atlanta is 6:43 pm tonight.
Same as every other Friday of the year--tuna patty and white beans.
Bee here:Had some tuna this morning (no bread or mayo - plain tuna from the can) and a cup of coffee. Nothing else to eat or drink today until supper this evening: baked breaded fish fillets with (home made) cole slaw and (home made- baked) french fries, and liquid vitamins (mango flavor) in water to drink.That's it until tomorrow.... (maybe water later if I get thirsty).God bless,Bee
Greek yogurt (1.5 cups), cilantro chutney (~1.5 oz), miso soup (1.5 cups) all home made.
2 for $5 for me.
Long grain rice, and broccoli and cheese. My 3 grown sons shared a cheese pizza.
Blackened fish,fries,Cole slaw and grits. Knights of Columbus fish fry at St. Joseph's Macon, Topped with the stations of the cross
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