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Kitchen Spirituals

Jesus was open to invitations and enjoyed dining with everybody, sinners and saints. He first manifested His Divinity during a wedding banquet. His self-giving was enshrined in a meal and He admonished His followers to make alive that memory of self-giving through the celebration of a meal where He promises to be present for all time. Eating and dining then has sacred meanings and each culture celebrates life and the presence of the Sacred through various meals. Here You will get to know some dishes from our sisters in the different ICM mission countries. Try out these recipes and share in the life of the people of this country. Share their gustatory delights and their sense of the Sacred as you share this meal with your family and friends. Buon Appetito! Do you have a recipe to share? Mail it to us along with a photo of your dish.

Cameroon's Kati-Kati

Cameroon's Kati-Kati

by Sr. Vanaja Jasphine, icm

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Pastel with meat and cheese filling

Pastel with meat and cheese filling

A famous Brazilian snack found in all snack bars in Brazil shared by Sr. Lolita Delos Santos, icm

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Fiambre

Fiambre

“FIAMBRE” is a distinctive dish from Guatemala. It represents a spiritual and cultural expression on All Saints Day which dates from 1595. When night falls, after visiting the loved ones’ tombs, families wait anxiously to partake of this delicious and rich salad. Each family treasures its own recipe with its particular culinary touch.

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Idly

Idly

Creation is God’s gift to us. God created the universe so colorful with flowers, leaves, animals, birds, vegetables, cereals and fruits with the background of sunshine and sunset which radiate across the entire creation. Most of these vegetables, cereals, fruits and leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. One of these gifts that millions of Asians eat every day is Rice. Let us learn how to make a famous rice dish from India.

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Lenten Delight

Lenten Delight

Lenten Delight - Salmon with Mustard Sauce. Ingredients: 4 salmon filets (4-5 oz.) or another fleshy fish, 2 tablespoon olive oil, Sea salt and pepper, 12 oz. plain yogurt/ Greek yogurt, 2 tablespoon of mustard/ or Dijon mustard, 2 big handfuls of mesclun/ or lettuce of varieties, 2 limes cut into wedges, Fresh chives/ or parsley diced,

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The New Year’s Wafers of West Flanders.

The New Year’s Wafers of West Flanders.

(Belgium) With New Year housewives in West Flanders baked butter waffles for their family and to give away to neighbors and friends to bring good luck for the new year. That's why they got the name 'lukken', wishes for good luck. In Flanders they are still used when someone comes at home to wish for the New Year. The dough is made with flour, sugar, eggs, butter and salt. This dough is allowed to stand overnight in a cool place. The next day, the wafers are baked on the stove in a special oval waffle-iron with diamond pattern.

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