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We are celebrating Imbolc this weekend because of scheduling problems but the menu I have planned includes:
potato and leek soup
cabbage and carrots
grilled pork chops
and barm brack bread
I was just wondering what everyone else has planned, and when do you usually preform your ritual before or after the feast?
My sister and I are cooking backed mac n cheese, pastry puffs, and lemon poppy seed cupcakes.
Hugs and blessings to all! Bibi Cindy
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We're just doing a desert thing after ritual. I made cardamom shortbread and am serving it with honeyed yogurt and peaches.
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I know its late but this is what i made:
Garlic Lemon rosemary talapia
roasted veggies seasoned with a homemade rosemary oil and garlic (carrots, potatoes, green beans, bell pepper, and broccoli)
Apple Strudel. (i made an apple pie filling and put it into puffed pastry sheets and baked)
the kids and husband loved it
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