Monastic food is simple but good and now the nuns of the Orthodox Monastery of the Transfiguration, Ellwood City, bring us a share of this approach to cooking with their new cookbook full of simple, nutritious but tasty receipes. "We hope this book not only kindles new ideas for meal planning but also enkindles you hearts to look to Him who gives food in due season. So that when we eat or drink, we do all for the glory of God." Mother Christophora, Abbess "O taste and see how good the Lord is!"
This second edition features an additional 150 recipes and color photos to divide the sections. Contents include: 1. Appetizers and Beverages 2. Soups and Salads 3. Vegetables and Side Dishes 4. Main Dishes 5. Seafood 6. Lenten Main Dishes 7. Desserts 8. Lenten Desserts 9. Breads and Rolls 10. Cookies and Candy 11. Festive Foods 12. Coffee Hour
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You may be familiar with the use of incense in church, or you may not know about the use of Orthodox incense at all. With this Starter Kit you can...