There are 15 sisters at the Santa Clara Convent in Palma and they’re hard at work in the kitchen making meat and pea empanades, sweet and salty pasta, cauliflower cocarrois, crespells and robiols for EasterThe government departed from its earlier public health recommendations by allowing large classes. Critics sa.
The sisters follow traditional recipes, which have been handed down through the generations in Palma and besides slaving over a hot stove all day, they still have to make time for prayers, daily mass and the Blessed SacramentabstractVisible.
Sister María Adoración says some of the sisters start work in the convent kitchen at 07:30 and others join them at 09:00. Their days can be very long and sometimes the sisters don’t get to bed until 11 o’clock at night.
Sister Sebastiana and Sister Guanda are in charge of the kitchen and the 4 cooks; Sister MiriamThe rising case numbers., Sister Trinidad, Sister María Adoración and Sister Nazaret, who’s the youngest in the convent at age 22.
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