A frequent request by readers here is to post ideas in advance of the feast days. We are trying to do that as much as possible, but we are all busy moms, and well, sometimes that doesn't happen. But it is a reality of the busy lives of so many of us and it's good to remember that sometimes you don't need a lot of pre-planning to be able to pull something off in the kitchen that will help us to celebrate the day. For example, a suggestion for celebrating St. John Chrysostom's feast day is to make something "golden" in recognition of his golden-mouth. Catholic Culture's website suggests making something with golden honey. That's one way to go. But also go check your cupboards and refrigerator - there must be some golden options there, like maybe..
-yellow or butternut squash
-Golden delicious apples
-anything cooked "golden brown" (waffles, fried chicken)
-white grape juice
"Glory to God for all things."
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