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Sweet Cornbread

I had my windows open for almost two weeks now. I closed them this morning and actually contemplated for a moment, to turn on the heat.I opted to put on a sweater and soon was warm...

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Roo Stew/Kangaroo Chili

A while back the hubster went to the Farmers Market. Not only do they have wonderful vegetables and fruit, they also have a butcher shop. They have lots of homemade sausages and organic meats. This is where...

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Chicken Paella

I was so proud of  myself with this recipe. I got to work and showed my co-worker Blanca my wonderful pictures. The conversation went something like this; “Hey, Look what I made for dinner...

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Rose Petal and Fruit Salad

Today is the feast of St Therese of the Child Jesus. Since her symbol is the rose, I thought it would be fitting to make Rose Petal and Fruit Salad. Let me start out...

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Caprese Bites

This is one of my favorite go to appetizers. You can’t beat fresh tomatoes and basil, both freshly plucked from your garden. Well the fresh mozzarella didn’t come from there, but it is still...

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Canadian Coleslaw

I call this Canadian coleslaw because the first time I had it my Uncle Edwin made it. It really is more of a northern recipe than a southern one. It goes real well with...

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Strawberry Parfait

This light and creamy strawberry parfait comes together in a snap! It showcases the strawberry, a luscious sweet summertime fruit. Now that School has begun again why not have a quick and reliable midweek dessert...

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Baked Chicken and SRC

   Hi everyone, I cant believe a whole month has passed by.    It is again time for Secret Recipe Club.    I got Melissa’s Blog Melissa’s Cuisine.    I decided to make her  Roasted Chicken.  ...

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Carnitas

Today on My Catholic Kitchen will be sharing a Mexican Fiesta recipe to honor  Mexico’s Independence day. ALthough I am not Mexican I sure love it. I made Carnitas! I once took a trip to Mexico...

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Hot Cross Buns

Today is the the Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross. These buns are not only enjoyed as an Easter treat, we can now enjoy them all year long. The cross shape on these buns...