The Lent 2012 Challenge

Read here for the whys and the hows of our Lent 2012 Pre-Vatican II Challenge.

I’m hoping to update this post regularly with links to each recipe, so if you want to try this at home, but not on the same schedule, you can just click the link and get the recipe you need.This “schedule” is by no means written in stone. Expect changes. I’m telling you that as much as I’m telling myself

Also, here’s the thing about Wednesday “Just Desserts.” For those of you just joining us, our family can’t have dinner together on Wednesday nights because First Shift of Kids has choir practice around the time Mr. Mackerelsnapper gets home from work. So we usually eat dinner separately and then share dessert (the “real” most important meal of the day). Much to my surprise, First Shift of Kids really wants to keep to the PreVII rules, to the point that they have volunteered to skip snack time at school. So we put our heads together and came up with “Wednesday Just Desserts.” Each Wednesday, we will still eat our dinners separately, but after choir, instead of eating dessert together, we will work on a family service project focusing on one of the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy.

Total recipes blogged Lent 2012:  34

So… who’s with me? Even for some of it? What’s the point of a meatless Lent, anyway?

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