Pupusas and coleslaw...flan a la leche was dessert!
The local Episcopal Church is a beehive of activity and I like to check in there every once in a while. This morning, Father Ted taught the first of a two part class on walking a Labyrinth. Interesting that both labyrinths and prayer beads have been religious tools of all the major faith from all over the world.
Father Steve and Father Palma before Encore.
Last Friday the church sponsored an Encore luncheon. Once a month you can eat for donation of $5, the cost of the ingredients for various meals. When Father Steve went to Turkey, he cooked foods from that country. During Lent they served fish in wildly unusual dishes. Friday it was pupusas from El Salvador cooked by Father Palma’s wife and mother.
Each Encore lunch has a brief program and Friday it was music by Father Palma’s Spanish band. Each lunch ends by 1:00 so people can get back to their jobs or daily lives. The lunches are a nice break with interesting foods and some kind of information or entertainment.
The music Friday was so energizing that Father Palma's mother and a lady named Deloris got up and danced a storm!