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Traditions: St. Joseph Feast Day March 19

St. Joseph Feast Day is a traditional Italian holy day: Seven days before the Feast of the Annunciation (25 March) which commemorates the Annunciation (Gabriel's visit to Mary announcing that she is to give birth to the Messiah), we meet St. Joseph, her spouse. To honor the carpenter, much of the food includes breadcrumbs, representing sawdust. Giving food to the needy is a St. Joseph's Day custom.
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St. Joseph's Altar Symbols and their Meaning

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Fava Beans: A Little Spring On Your Plate. Recipes from NPR including Fresh Fava Bean and Pecorino Salad, Shrimp and Fava Beans with Thyme, & Fava Bean Puree.

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Fava Beans for St. Joseph's Day The fava bean plays a role on the feast of St. Joseph and the tradition of the Altar or Table for March 19. Here is a short explanation. Directions Fava bean (vicia fava) —Fava beans play a large role in the Sicilian tradition of the St. Joseph Table or St. Joseph Altar. They may be served in a frittata or in garlic sauce. When dried, roasted and blessed, it becomes the very popular "lucky bean." Legend has it that you will never be broke as long as…

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"Tupa-Tupa" (Knocking) for St. Joseph's Day Part of the celebration of St. Joseph's Table or Altar is the Holy Family knocking door-to-door for food and shelter before finding the Table. Here is the tradition. Directions The custom of the Holy Family's search for food and shelter is an integral part of the St. Joseph's Altar celebration. Players are first selected to represent Jesus, Mary, Joseph and the angels. The ritual begins with St. Joseph knocking on three doors, looking for…

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