Food and religious practices
Most people agree that religious cultures are shaped by — and in turn influence — what believers can and cannot eat.
Learn about Muslim food at fundraising dinners with Al Huda and Masjid Al Mumineen. Eat kosher at an interfaith Seder at Congregation Shaarey Tefilla and a Shabbat dinner at Congregation Beth-El Zedeck. Roberts Park UMC offers a couple of workshops on “How to do Lent well” March 9 and March 24. Tibetan Buddhist monks offer a cooking demonstration at UIndy.
And of course Kountry Kitchen Soulfood Place will prepare a sumptuous feast of vegetarian soul food at the Interfaith Banquet March 24.
So this spring, treat yourself. Indulge your taste buds as well as nourishing brain and soul.