It is Lent, this means it really is fried seafood season. Below are a few enjoyable details about Lent and seafood fries and where you could get fish that is good Louisville. Courier Journal
Linda Murphy (left) sets down a tray of fresh fried fillets for Kim Selgrade to keep Friday that is serving 20, 2015, at the church’s weekly Lenten seafood fry at Bascilica of St. John in Diverses Moines. The church will hold its final seafood fry regarding the Lenten period from 5 to 7 p.m. on Friday, March 27. (Picture: Michael Zamora/The Enter) Purchase Picture
Crunchy breaded fried fish with tartar sauce and plenty of lemon вЂ” also keep in mind the hush puppies, potato pancakes and coleslaw.
This Lenten season specialty is not only for all of the Roman Catholic faith. Everybody in Des Moines could possibly get in in the seafood fry acticon using one of six nights in the weeks ahead friday.
Here are a few churches that are local restaurants to purchase a seafood fry. And make certain to save lots of space for dessert вЂ” you cannot call it quits every thing for Lent.
All Saints Catholic Church
650 NE 52nd Ave., Des Moines
The Knights of Columbus will hold its Lenten fish fry from 5 to 7 p.m. on all six Fridays, Feb. 28 to April 3. Enjoy hand-breaded Alaskan pollock, grilled cheese sandwiches, baked potato or french fries, macaroni and cheese, bread and butter. Beverages and dessert are included.
Cost: $9 for grownups, $4 for kids, age 6-12; kids under 6 eat at no cost. Carryout is present.
More information: (515) 265-5001; dmallsaints ; Facebook
Jim Appleget grabs an accumulation of fries in the Mitchellville Fish Fry on Friday. (Picture: Jonathan Krueger/Herald-Index)
Basilica of St. John
1915 University Ave., Diverses Moines