Today we are celebrating the feast day of the newly canonized Saint Teresa of Calcutta. She is also known as Mother Teresa.
You know you are a foodie when you have three different salts in your cabinets. I have the old standby kosher, it is the proverbial black dress of the...
Of all the Saints that I have featured on my blog, by far this is the one that most resonates with me. Edith Stein or Saint Teresa Benedicta...
Today is the Feast of the Transfiguration. This feast commemorates the transfiguration or metamorphosis of Christ on Mount Thabor. He appears before the Apostles Peter, James, and John as...
One Pot Goulash is an easy, delicious and comforting dinner your whole family will enjoy.
Forget saving all those over ripe bananas for banana bread. Boy have I got a new gadget for you.
Pronounced “brusketta” this classic Italian treat is updated with a very Southern American flavor, good old Pimento Cheese.
Stuff Bell peppers with a combination of lentils and rice for a simple satisfying vegetarian meal.
This is the perfect way to fix up a batch of Corn on the Cob for your next cook-out. It is flavorful tender and easy to make.
Now that our Memorial Weekend is off and running, I thought I would share with you a few of the things my family will be enjoying this weekend. First...
These delicate French cookies are known for their distinctive scallop shape. They are a perfect afternoon pick me up with coffee or tea.
The secret to moist and delicious shrimp is to roast it in the oven. This quick and easy meal can be tossed together in no time flat.
This Classic Eggplant Gratin can be served as a meatless main or perfect as a delicious side dish.
These rich, tender scones are packed with cheddar goodness. After they are baked they are brushed with a garlic and parsley butter.
This Cinnamon Cobblestone Bread is a fun and different way to cook and serve a Cinnamon Loaf.