The Importance of Ecumenical Dialogue

The Importance of Ecumenical Dialogue
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Friday, 8 July 2011

Fr Z, One Of My Followers Has A Blog & Likes Cooking








I have noticed that Father Z (a follower of this blog, have I mentioned that) has cookery on his blog from time to time. Well I thought, always happy to learn from my followers, maybe that will bring in a few readers, so here we go.

Breakfast (a Catholic word meaning, to break the Eucharistic Fast after Mass, it was the rule until the 1950s to fast from Midnight until after Mass if you were going to Holy Communion) today.


It is important to choose the right drink to go with a meal. Open the fridge door, apple juice unopened, pineapple juice open, right pineapple juice it is then.

Toast one slice if bread, while heating a little oil in a frying pan.Remove the shells from 4 or 5 eggs, I'm just having four today. Add eggs to the pan, add salt & coarse pepper to taste. Butter toast.

Flip over the eggs to cook on both sides as this is the Catholic thing to do, symbolising Scripture & Tradition, not just cooking them on one side in a mean-spirited protestant way.

When slightly over done, flip out onto the slice of buttered toast and eat.



Four eggs on one slice of toast? Quail eggs of course!

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