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Time to use what’s good!

Or to use what’s good right now… Squashes are in, and they are not only to be carved to shine. Eat them too! Squash  the food of the fall. This means it is at its peak of nutrition and it’s lower in price. The best way that I have found to prepare them so far […]

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Video: Lamb, the Cutest Animal

Another sneak peek at our upcoming TV show. Why did God choose the Lamb as a symbol of Christ? The lamb is one of the most innocent looking creatures. But his life is sacrificed so that we might live – we might have his flesh as our food. We read in Scripture about the symbolism […]

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Video: Stuffed Lamb Roast – 4

We continue with our sneak peek at the upcoming TV series (watch for some excerpts from the script, coming soon). In this part of the demonstration on cooking the Stuffed Lamb Roast we find out why we cook lamb less frequently than beef. Lamb is usually reserved for a very special occasions. The ingredients in […]

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Video: Lamb Roast Recipe – 3

Another recipe video in our series of ‘sneak peeks’ into our upcoming TV show. Here, Daniel shows how to sear the leg of lamb roast, and how to roast the garlic while working with the lamb and its stuffing. “In the oven roast the cloves of garlic wrapped in aluminum foil with a pinch of […]

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Video: Stuffed lamb roast recipe – 2

A special treat in our series of sneak peeks at our Theology of the Table TV show on EWTN: Daniel continues to show you how to prepare a leg of lamb for roasting. Put the greens within the de-boned leg of lamb. That inner space is frequently not big enough so make more space within […]

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Video: Stuffed lamb roast recipe – 1

As a special treat as we continue our series of sneak peeks at our Theology of the Table TV show on EWTN, Daniel shows how to prepare a leg of lamb for roasting. Turn on the oven. First we must roast the garlic. Daniel shows you how to prepare the greens with lemon zest. Together, […]

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Creamy Polenta

Ingredients: (Serves ten) 3 cups instant polenta 14 cups water 3 tbsp butter 3 oz grated parmesan 1 cup heavy whipping cream Juice of half a lemon [/caption] This is the last thing to cook as it runs the risk of being too firm if you wait too long before serving. Pour the water into […]

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Roasted butternut squash

Ingredients (Serves ten) 3 large butternut squash 7 tbsp olive oil 8 garlic cloves peeled and sliced 5 rosemary sprigs, leaves stripped Peel and seed the squash. Cut into small cubes. Place in a bowl with olive oil, garlic, thyme and rosemary, and a little bit of salt and pepper. Toss it all together. (This […]

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Osso Bucco

Osso Bucco is made of the meat that surrounds the femur bone along with that same piece of bone and, most importantly, the marrow that is inside. It is one of the most tender and sweet pieces of meat you will ever eat. First, because it is veal, and that white meat is more subtle […]

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Strawberries for Dessert

Strawberries are my favorite food. I like a dessert that does not overwhelm the strawberries with sugar. Even chocolate (as wonderful as it is) detracts from the simple joy of  fresh strawberries. For a simple, yet attractive dessert: Slice 6 to 8 strawberries and place in the bottom of a small clear bowl or glass. […]

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