The Pastoral Institute of Northern Ontario is planning to host pre-Easter suppers called The Great Feast: Eating Your Way into the Story of Jesus.
The nine-course meal includes daily bread with olive oil and balsamic vinegar; nut fried rice and yogurt-spiced chicken; Â?taking time to savour the flavoursÂ? pita bread, humus and tiziki; a Mediterranean bouquet of herbs taboulleh; steamed rice and honey dipped beef; coq au vin; duck a lÂ?orange; stuffed turkey; garlic leg of honey lamb; the divine ingredient grilled salmon with a dill sauce; fresh fruit served in melon halves, and a smooth finish, dried fruit and nuts.
The cost for the event is $30 per person, which includes a nine-course meal, wine, recipe book, seminar, scriptural insights, prizes and fun. If there are 12 guests one person eats free.
Two events are scheduled so far, March 28 at the Church of Ascension in New Sudbury, and April 11 at the Pastoral Institute.
For more information, contact Gerry Copeman, executive director, Pastoral Institute of Northern Ontario at 673-4446.
The What Would Jesus Drive? Â?movementÂ? got started last November in the United States to get people to switch to more fuel-efficient cars. The religious and environmental anti-SUV campaign has received lots of attention. We canÂ?t resist suggesting Jesus would drive a Plymouth Fury or an Astro mini van.