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And an on-site outdoor pizza oven for alfresco evening feasts.
Religious and secular Israelis alike mark Rosh Hashana with festive holiday feasts with family and friends.
The 'Roman shower' is broadly used as a euphemism for this, drawing on the ancient tradition of throwing up at feasts.
Large feasts were common throughout Micronesia.
By the 13th century these feasts had become a burlesque of Christian morality and worship.
Many of the Roman Catholic feasts are also celebrated by Lutherans, Anglicans, and other Protestant denominations.
Three major dances were held annually for the benefit of the community, as were spring and fall ceremonial feasts.
Added to these traditional feasts and festivals now are several secular holidays and three to six weeks or more of paid vacation time.
The session will be featured in “Eatin’ the Chesapeake: The Five Feasts,” a show that premieres April 23 on Maryland Public Television.
Bristol's Big Green Week (actually a fortnight, running until 21 June, biggreenweek.com) offers a host of tours, concerts, fairs and feasts.
…was the miracle plays (nibhatkhin), which, in turn, were based on singing, dancing, and entertainment in local folk feasts that date back to antiquity.
Ramadan, which begins this week, is the holy month in which Muslims crowd into mosques and fast all day, holding feasts after sundown with family and friends.
The New Year festival, Nōrūz, is the most joyous and beautiful of Zoroastrian feasts, a spring festival in honour of Rapithwin, the personification of noonday and summer.
All feriae publicae were generally observed by prayers, sacrifices, and visits to temples; in addition, the feriae stativae and feriae conceptivae usually included feasts.
Wealthy families would often entertain in their own homes and masques , madrigals , minstrels and the private showing of plays would be the entertainment after feasts and banquets.
Such feasts as the Transfiguration or the Ascension are extremely popular in the East precisely because they celebrate humanity glorified in Christ—a glorification that anticipates the…
Similar figures, bearing baskets on their heads, are called canephores (from kanēphoroi, “basket carriers”); they represent the maidens who carried sacred objects used at feasts of the gods.
Happily, attempting to have a healthier New Year doesn’t mean it’s all doom and gloom: from brightly coloured exciting veg packed recipes to saintly snacking and vegan feasts, there’s a whole host of goodness-giving cookbooks out there to help you shake off the January blues.
Whether it's adding grated beetroot to make a tasty meatball supper feed the masses or putting the spotlight on a small garden harvest to make a sensuous pudding, Nigel's clever tricks and inspired ideas show that you can often make bountiful feasts with apparently few ingredients.
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