From pork to black eyed peas, these recipes are celebrated traditions based upon symbolism to bring you good luck in the New Year.
These soft buttery cinnamon rolls are make ahead and left in the fridge to rise slowly.
These Strawberry Eggnog Scones are soft, crumbly and sweet with lots of strawberry goodness!
This Boar’s Head Hummus is full of protein, fiber and heart healthy fat.
These Greek chicken wings are named after the best known creature in Greek mythology and are baked to crispy perfection.
Make the most of your kitchen allie, the freezer. With some plan ahead techniques and tricks, we have some tried and true recipes you can make ahead and freeze...
This Buttery, flaky, tender danish pastry is drizzled with icing and sprinkled with almonds. It is perfect for breakfast or as a treat.
A store bought bread will not due for the feast day of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary. You need to make a homemade bread for this patron saint of bakers....
This Kale salad is a snap to make, is a substantial and hearty winter salad and a great alternative to other heavy sides.
I used dried not canned chickpeas and cooked them in the slow cooker for this traditional hummus. It is creamy and delicious!
This Classic Southern Style Pork Barbecue is succulent and fall apart good!
This crazy tender beef French Dip sandwich is unbelievably flavorful. It is made in the slow cooker with the au jus on the side for dipping.
Today is the feast day of St Isaac Jogues. I made a French Blueberry Tart in honor of his French heritage. St. Isaac Jogues was a Jesuit priest, and...
While this classic Spanish dish Paella, originated as a ordinary farmers work lunch, this version is far from ordinary. I cant think of a better way to honor Saint...
This is the perfect Chocolate donut, baked not fried and full of coffee goodness. It is soft and fluffy with a decadent chocolate glaze over top.