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Baking Procedure

Use the Gifted Pan to bake your Prosforo (included is a DVD Demonstration & recipe.)

The Gifted Pan: The Homepage

Pans will be in the kitchen cabinet. ( I will let you know which cabinet.) Use the sign in and out sheet so we will know who has the pans. The list of bakers will also be posted for each month.

After your Prosforo is baked, let it cool, wrap in paper towels (prevents freezer burn), saran wrap, then in tin foil and place in jumbo freezer bag.

List the names of the departed - living, or both and insert in freezer bag so Father will know who to commemorate during the Proscomedia. Important - make sure you date the paper, for example, if you're baking for April, date the list April, 2010.

The names will also be listed in the Sunday bulletin so give Luba the list of names along with your name, for example, Altar Bread is donated by George & Esther Poulos in memory of their parents Panagiota, Anastasios, etc. or for the health of family members. You may list different names each Sunday.

If you desire you may bake more than four. Father will need Prosforo when there is a liturgy during the week and other services.

Place your Prosforo in the freezer behind the Sacristy.

Thank you all for volunteering.

If you have any questions call me:
Esther Poulos