Lent is a time when less can mean more, especially in the kitchen. Going without need not be faced with a frown. Let dietary restrictions spur creativity and boost flavor, however modest the meal.
St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church offers several forum series on Sundays and Wednesdays during Lent.
Baked fish sticks with Parmesan oven fries couldn't be more simple to prepare, but the dish will impress as well as satisfy Lenten appetites.
Even in the winter months, skillet-cooked cherry tomatoes make a sweet salsa for salmon.
Living in France has meant that my once passing fancy for cooking all things that swim has exploded into a very big love.
St. Philip's Friends of Music kicked off its annual series of Lenten noontime recitals last Thursday. The half-hour of music, which begins at 12:15 p.m. Thursdays, has slated an array of local instrumentalists and vocalists. Alan Brundage, violin, and Benjamin Ward, piano - members of The Tr…
Schubert's piano trio in b-flat major, op. 99, performed by the Trent Piano Trio, opened the series. On today's playbill: Venti e Arpe - a trio of Diana Schiable, flute; Martin J. Van Klompenberg, bassoon; and Lauren Hayes, harp - performs modern works.
Anna and Steve Wafler attended the opening recital of the annual series of Lenten noontime recitals, which continue through March 21.
In honor of Lent, a series on mystics from six of the world's religious traditions is being held at 7 p.m. on Wednesdays through early April at St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church, 4440 N. Campbell Ave.
The Trent Piano Trio: Benjamin Ward, piano; Nancy Monsman, cello; and Alan Brundage, violin, opens the series.
St. Philip's Friends of Music is gearing up for its annual series of Lenten noontime recitals.