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Quiche Lorraine

This classic French dish can be served hot or cold. It is perfect for the Feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes. 

Black and Tan and Saint Brigid

Today is the feast day of Saint Brigid. She is also known as “the Mary of the Gael.” She was responsible for erecting the first nunnery in Ireland. She...

Saint Paul the first Hermit

Today is the feast day of Saint Paul the hermit. This is a sweet and delicate Oatmeal Bread topped with rolled oats and naturally sweetened with agave.

Slow Cooker Stuffed Shells

Today is the feast of the Baptism of our Lord. The Christian symbol for baptism is the shells. These stuffed shells are loaded with cheese and spinach, your family...

Golden Magi Bread

Today is the day that the Magi (wise men) visited Jesus. This golden colored bread with this rich exotic ginger reminds me of the gifts of gold frankincense and...

Southern Fried Chicken

This Southern Fried Chicken is brined overnight. It is then dipped in buttermilk and seasoned flour to make it crispy, juicy and full of flavor.

Bolognese for Saint Frances Cabrini

Today the Catholic Church celebrates the feast day of St Frances Xavier Cabrini. What makes her particularly noteworthy is that she was the first American citizen to be canonized.

Shanghi Lion Head Meatballs

This is called Shanghi Lions Head meatballs because once cooked the meatballs resemble the head of a lion, while the long pieces of cabbage resemble the mane. The perfect...

All Saints Day Colcannon

Today is All Saints Day. It is a holy day of obligation. We pray for all our Saints in heaven. It should not be confused with all souls day....