Christmas

A collection of 23 posts

Dec 3, 2021

Rosemary Shortbread

Rosemary Shortbread

I don't remember why or how we came across these delightful little cookies, but they have now become a family favorite. The fresh rosemary really makes these pop! Not only are they easy

Jan 4, 2012

CF127 – Christmas in New Orleans

CF127 – Christmas in New Orleans

And don’t forget to leave voice feedback for the Catholic Foodie. I need to know how food meets faith in your life. As a reward for calling in, your name goes in

Dec 24, 2011

Christmas: Food and Traditions

Christmas: Food and Traditions

A guest post by Shelly Kelly from Of Sound Mind and Spirit.The Christmas holidays abound with memories and traditions, many of them grown and based on the foods that bring us together

Dec 23, 2011

Surviving Advent

Surviving Advent

Mary in the Kitchen – CF126: John Besh and “My Family Table”Ah, Advent. Can I be honest here? I’m glad it’s almost over, though, truthfully, I’ve only just started liking

Dec 16, 2011

John Besh’s “My Family Table”

John Besh’s “My Family Table”

Christmas is almost here. And Christmas is a time for family and friends, get-togethers, parties and meals. Oh, and I should mention that Christmas is not just one day. In the Church we

Jan 3, 2011

CF102 – What? The Epiphany? Already???

CF102 – What? The Epiphany? Already???

You’ve heard of Despicable Me. Well, on this episode I’m Incredulous Me. I just can’t believe that we are already celebrating the Epiphany. We talk Epiphany customs around the world,

Dec 3, 2010

Advent: Just in the Nick of Time

Advent: Just in the Nick of Time

At the start of this Advent (and the new Church year) I can’t help but think of time. Though most of us are pressed for time, especially during the holidays, we shouldn’

Jan 4, 2010

CF55 – King’s Day Anticipation

CF55 – King’s Day Anticipation

On the menu today… a mega seafood blowout with Big D, a long-overdue date night with my honey, our Lebanese New Year’s celebration (complete with grape leaves and hummus!), and the Epiphany