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Religious Icons In Food! Holy God, Oops Food!!

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We have all heard about the Holy God, but have you heard about Holy Food? No I am not talking about the wine and the bread. Ok, Bread maybe. It’s better if I give a visual explanation.

The Holy Toast

Mrs. Diane Duyser from Florida swears by this toasted cheese sandwich. She believes that the sandwich bears the image of Virgin Mary.Virgin Mary or not, she bagged almost $28,000 for this piece of Holy Food.

The Nun Bun

 

This holy bun was discovered by a customer in 1996 at the Bongo Java coffee shop. It drew a lot of visitors and the management didn’t think twice about using this divine commodity for their marketing needs. They came out with the Nun Bun T shirts, cups and even prayer cards. The real Mother Teresa however, wasn’t too happy with this. Who would be? Being compared to a bun is not really a compliment!

Miracle of the fish stick

 

It’s a little hard for me to believe that from all the food available God chose the burnt fish sticks on Fred Whan’s saucepan to reveal him self. The uncanny ways of the divine! By the way, if you want to get a glimpse of this, just pop in to Freds house in Ontario. It has been carefully preserved.

The Holy Bread

This holy bread was discovered in India. The chapatti with an image of Jesus was promptly mounted in a glass case for all to see.

Now that is what I call Holy Food!

Image Credits

www.news.bbc.co.uk

www.news.sky.com

 

 

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Gadget.Lady's picture
Omigod! Seems cant gulp down the breakfast toast without scanning the odd looking patches on it!
Anonymous's picture
I'm sorry but the fish stick is clearly Chevy Chase and not Jesus.
shantihhh's picture
Sort of like seeing images in the clouds, eh?
American Rattan's picture
great work!!!
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Butternut-Ricotta Spread This is a tasty spread made from leftover butternut squash which had been baked for Thanksgiving dinner. Use it as a dip for crudités or on toast for breakfast. We liked it in sandwiches with lettuce, sliced cucumbers and hard-boiled eggs. We also liked black beans mixed into it. * ½ C baked butternut squash * ½ C fresh ricotta cheese * 2 t finely minced ginger * ¼ C finely shredded fresh parmesan * Juice of ½ large lime * I used a hand held mixer on lowest speed. You can mix this by hand. We use local food and local suppliers and independent stores when possible. The ricotta cheese in this recipe is made at our local, family-owned and operated grocery store from organic milk produced within 50 miles. We eat it straight from the container, look for recipes with ricotta, and create excuses to use it.
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