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Saint Josephs Baked Ziti

This Slow Cooker baked ziti requires no oven time. All you have to do is mix a few ingredients. It really is that simple. It is set it and...

Chocolate Walnut Pie

Happy PI Day Yall! Pull out all the stops with this ultra rich dessert.  It is the classic combo of chocolate and walnuts baked together in a unforgettably delicious...

Egg Salad Zero Points

I adore egg salad  and you will too, once you find out that this egg salad has zero points, and it is to easy to make. The secret is...

Fat Tuesday King Cake

This traditional Mardi Gras dessert has a cinnamon sugar swirl inside. I used my bread machine to make the dough. It is topped with a creamy vanilla glaze and...

Quiche Lorraine

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

Venison Bourguignon

If you are lucky like me, you have venison meat in your freezer. If not, you can substitute any stew meat for this recipe. I got my vension about two...

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...

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...

Wassail Hot Cider

Today is the Feast Day of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.  Saint Elizabeth was born August 28, 1774. Elizabeth was raised in a wealthy household, her father was a doctor. Her...

Feast of the Holy Family

Today is the Feast of the Holy Family. This feast allows us to renew our vows to our marriage and our family. It encourages us to model our lives...

Saint John’s Wine

Today is the feast of St. John the Apostle. John is considered to have been  our Lords favorite Apostles. He is referred  as “the “disciple whom Jesus loved.”  After...

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.