“I normally do it the week between Christmas and New Year. It is just a social thing as a way to build up the community.”
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“I learned from two fellow priests who were into smoking meat and barbecuing. I admit that I was interested more in eating than in cooking.”
“If it looks good, it will taste good.”
“The sense of sharing a meal,” says Father Whitestone, “is an act of love, of service to another … an experience of love.”
“In the past, I focused on serving people and feeding bellies. Now I am feeding souls more and helping people on their spiritual journey.”
“Food is a way to celebrate life.”
“If you are close to God and close to the Church, you can get through tough times.”
“There is something special about how a good drink, like a good meal, can elevate the experience, especially with people you care about.”
The spokesman for Notre Dame’s de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture explains the power of a shared meal — and offers a recipe for Pasta alla Norcina.
“I see cooking as a meditative process. … Food is the common denominator of all people.”