One of the best things about Fr. Leo's book Grace Before Meals is how it is divided by different seasons, from religious holidays (the Feast of the Sacred Heart) to sports team gatherings. The recipes and "Let's Talk.. Let's Listen" portion of each relate to the of each of these times through the year. He suggests great ideas to help
One recent one I can recall is from July 16-- we try to have something with caramel on the feast of Our Lady of Carmel. I know, it's not "Our Lady of Caramel," but it does help us to remember Our Lady that day in a "sweet" way.
Since we are Italian at our house, we've got lots of food-based traditions that relate to the liturgical year. My husband makes his family's Sicilian savoiardi (ladyfingers) recipe on St. Joseph's Day, and we serve both fish and pizza on Christmas Eve. (I'm not sure why the pizza, except that traditionally Christmas Eve was a day of abstinence from meat; both my family and my husband's family had this tradition).
What are some of your favorite faith-based food traditions?