Category: Fellowship

Book Club News

We are reading Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel. We plan to meet to discuss this book on Wednesday, Jan. 9 at 1 p.m. in the  Parish Hall Library …weather permitting of course. Our next...

Indian buffet coming soon

More than two dozen recipes – some simple, some not-so-simple, many vegetarian, others definitely for meat-eaters – fill a folder on St. Margaret’s Time and Talent Table. Why not choose something you’ve never tried...

An Indian dinner one more time…

Fifteen people attended St. Margaret’s Moroccan dinner Dec. 8th, dining on a colorful array of chicken and couscous, lamb and couscous, molded rice/shrimp and vegetable salads, rice pudding and orange and almond cake. Next...

Fundraising Ideas and Update for 2013

he five-member Ad-hoc Fundraising Committee recently identified four possible projects for next year. They welcome comments and offers of help. First would be a raffle of a Stand Up Paddleboard generously donated by Jon...

Moroccan dinner Saturday

If you are still considering what to prepare for the Moroccan dinner Saturday, below are a few ideas from Paula Wolfert, author of “The Food of Morocco.” Wolfert first got Americans excited about Moroccan...

Book Club News

The Book group has decided to read two books: Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton and Jackdaws by Ken Follett. Join them to discuss the books on Wednesday, December 12, at 1 p.m. in the Parish Hall library.

Global Cuisine News

Moroccan foods on Dec. 8! Diners will be treated to a flourless orange and almond cake at the Global Cuisine Potluck Saturday, Dec. 8, when St. Margaret’s food enthusiasts gather for a Moroccan meal....

More Moroccan recipes

Recipes for several couscous dishes – one with dried apricots and pistachios – and several pilafs and tagines are now in the folder for next weekend’s Global Cuisine Potluck. For the Saturday, Dec. 8th,...