The Coffee Shop – Monk Sauce: adding spice to a simple life

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From Great Big Story:

The monks at Subiaco Abbey in Arkansas know how to bring the heat. Led by Father Richard Walz, the Benedictine monks make Monk Sauce, a spicy habanero pepper sauce. Walz says making Monk Sauce is a perfect way to find balance between work and prayer … and to add spice to a simple life.

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One Response to The Coffee Shop – Monk Sauce: adding spice to a simple life

  1. Morning, all. Gardeners and poetry lovers will enjoy NYT’s lovely article on plans to restore Emily Dickinson’s garden – http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/17/science/emily-dickinson-lost-gardens.html?rref=collection%2Fsectioncollection%2Fscience

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