Back in January 2010 I posted our recipe for Curry Chicken & Coconut Soup. But you must understand that, for us, recipes are more like guidelines (to borrow that famous expression from Pirates of
Pork chops are cheap, as far as meat goes. And, if you cook them right, they are delicious! Hit ’em with high heat and a short cook time, and you’ll be amazed
Today is Holy Thursday. This evening the Triduum begins with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. I have to secretly confess that I often find myself more excited about tonight’s celebration
I’ve been banned. I’m not allowed to deep-fry anything. At least not in my kitchen. Maybe in your kitchen I would be able to. Or in a restaurant kitchen. But I
Mujadra is tasty, quick, and easy to make. It can be served as the main course (which we do sometimes on those busy Wednesdays when the girls have gymnastics till 8:30 PM!
I love jalapeño poppers. I posted a recipe for grilled jalapeño poppers (using chorizo) back in July of 2009. Believe it or not, it is one of the most-viewed recipes on CatholicFoodie.com.
Well, folks we are going to step into the kitchen now. You know, I mentioned that on Wednesday I prepared a late lunch of fresh salsa and fish tacos. I posted pictures on
I read a book a number of years ago that really struck me by it’s simplicity and depth. The Privilege to Be Catholic by Fr. Oscar Lukefahr, C.M. The basis of
I made these a month ago or so when we were in Florida on vacation. They are so yummy! I searched the web for recipes when I first got a hankering for jalapeno
I found this recipe today. We have been thinking about jalapeno poppers for about a week now. Char’s godmother invited us over last week to BBQ. Poppers were an appetizer of sorts