I can’t believe it’s been over a decade and a half, NOM’ing mass qualities of beef between Ash Wednesday and the first Friday of Lent, but here we are!
If you’re looking for context, the first post celebrating this holiday appeared in 2004.
Grab your A1 and get your meal on!
Can it really have been ten years since the first official observation for Big Steak Thursday? Looks like it: the first post was from 2004.
Given the Roman Catholic’s recent history, I’m expecting a Papal Bull in the mail some time this week, officially recognizing Big Steak Thursday as a holy day of obligation. I think Pope Francis would be all for it.
Truth: there’s a New York strip in the fridge already.
Happy Big Steak Thursday!
Beef. It’s what’s for dinner. And lunch. And breakfast. And the “oO it’s 12:01 ending Ash Wednesday so we should go get a Slim Jim” snack. Yum.
[New readers that have no idea what I’m talking about, the first official Big Steak Thursday write up can be found here]
It’s come early this year, but it’s still here, just the same: Big Steak Thursday. Second annual, I guess you’d call it, but I’ve sorta always observed it. Enjoy!
Beef: It’s what’s for dinner.
Familiar with Fat Tuesday and Ash Wednesday? If you are, you have to be familiar with Big Steak Thursday. It’s a cornerstone of the whole [secular] aspect of the Catholic church.
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