Caramel Corn and Grief

For an addictive dessert, party snack or gift, this buttery Caramel Corn is sure to please. 

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 was born around 450 AD...

Blueberry Pound Cake

If you are a blueberry lover boy do I have a treat for you. This cake is dense and buttery full of blueberry flavor and oh so satisfying.

Slow Cooker Meatloaf

Classic meatloaf never gets old. Here is a recipe for making it just like mama except in the slow cooker.

Cranberry Onion Marmalade

This marmalade is the perfect savory and sweet combination. Perfect on crackers and sublime brushed over chicken.

Slow Cooker Cinnamon Oatmeal

Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal

Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Oatmeal tastes just like a Cinnamon Roll. Just put the ingredients into your slow cooker and a few hours later breakfast is served.

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 myrrh the Magi gave to...

Saint John Newman and Stuffed Peppers

Today is the fest day of Saint John Newmann. He was a tireless preacher of the gospel, especially the poor and forsaken. 

New Years Food

From pork to black eyed peas, these recipes are celebrated traditions based upon symbolism to bring you good luck in the New Year.

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 like Jesus, Mary and Joseph....

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 Jesus died on the cross...

Midnight Mass Cinnamon Rolls

These soft buttery cinnamon rolls are make ahead and left in the fridge to rise slowly.

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.

Strawberry Eggnog Scones

These Strawberry Eggnog Scones are soft, crumbly and sweet with lots of strawberry goodness! 

Carnitas for Juan Diego

These Mexican Carnitas are melt in your mouth good. It is a perfect meal for the feast day of Juan Diego.  Today is Juan Diego’s feast day he was born in 1474 20 miles...