A Culture of Value for a More Sustainable Future by the Food for Soul Team

A Culture of Value for a More Sustainable Future by the Food for Soul Team

Food for Soul, the non-profit organization founded by Chef Massimo Bottura and his wife Lara Gilmore in 2016, was born out of this philosophy with the aim to build a model that could show the hidden value and potential of food that would normally be discarded.

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The Feast of the Flying Friar by Jessica Furiosi

The Feast of the Flying Friar by Jessica Furiosi

When my husband and I decided to live more liturgically our first question was where to start!? There are so many rich traditions in the world-wide Mother Church that it was overwhelming at first to suddenly add all this history, planning, and spirituality to our daily life. We decided to pick one aspect and “test it out” for a few months to see how it fit into our busy lives. Since I love the saints and their stories I decided to start there. We made a list of saints we especially love and the list has grown exponentially since then!...

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10 Feast Day Food Traditions You Can’t Miss this Fall

10 Feast Day Food Traditions You Can’t Miss this Fall

Cherries September 3 is the feast of St. Gregory the Great. His feast is associated with cherries. One year, on the feast of St. Mark, St. Gregory was overwhelmed with a craving for cherries and a hill of cherry trees was miraculously full of the fruit. End the summer with a big bowl of cherries.   Polenta You love Italian food. On the feast of St. John XXIII, October 11, enjoy one of his favorite. A break from pasta will be a welcome change. You can even take your favorite marinara and meatballs and spread it over this healthy alternative!...

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