Being a Catholic who used to have meatless Fridays, as well as during the Lenten Season, my Italian Grandmom and Mom always had this as part of a menu selection rotated along with other meatless meal. Sometimes it was lunch, as my brother and I walked home from school, for the noon meal. Sometimes even a light supper when we were fasting as a Lenten sacrifice... After I married, I served it to my family of 6 children. Always, though, it was enjoyed by all... Guess I always thought of it as Italian fare... Must be an International treat! Now as an empty nester, I just might make some tomorrow, thanks for the reminder...
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Being a Catholic who used to have meatless Fridays, as well as during the Lenten Season, my...