Category Archive: Bible

Roasted Potatoes Tossed with Fresh Herb Lemon Pesto

Each week I chat with my friends on the Sonrise Morning Show about Bible foods and herbs. Today we talked about mint and its Biblical history. Mint was one of the tithing herbs, and used extensively during Bible times not only as a household herb (hanging mint in doorways and as a strewing herb on …

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Chipotle Chicken Taco Salad Nice for Cinco de Mayo

CORIANDER/CILANTRO Coriander is referenced several times in the Old Testament. ”And the food became known as manna – meaning  “What is it? It was white like coriander seed and flat and tasted like honey bread.” Cilantro is such a popular herb and it comes from the Coriander seed. Are they used the same?   Cilantro is …

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Salmon En Papillote (Salmon in Parchment) & Wine Tips

WINE Genesis: 9:20  After Noah and his sons came out of the ark, Noah, a husbandman, began to till the ground, and planted a vineyard.  JOHN 2:1-10  – Jesus performed his first public miracle at Cana in Galilee turning water into wine. Wine is mentioned a lot of times in the Bible.  Did the people of Bible Days …

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Roast Chicken with Bay, Garlic and Rosemary So Good

Today Annie Mitchell and I chatted on the Sonrise Morning Show about the herb Bay and its biblical roots. Bay Laurel has an ancient and fascinating history. Every part of the tree was used and thought of as powerful. The Romans believed that lightning never struck the bay leaf tree and so wore crowns of its …

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What did the Ancient Israelites Eat?

Each week I chat with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show. This week their pledge drive is going on, so if you can contribute either monetarily or with a prayer, I hope you do so. We talked today about what people of Bible days ate in the area of the world where Jesus was born. …

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Try Hearts of Palm Salad with Tomatoes, Chickpeas and Artichokes

  HEARTS OF PALM SALAD WITH TOMATOES, CHICKPEAS AND ARTICHOKES As Catholics we celebrate Palm Sunday with a special tradition at Mass, with the passing out of blessed palms.  Today Matt Swaim and I chatted about foods and herbs associated with Palm Sunday. The significance is that palm leaves were laid out on the path …

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Three Ultimate Soda Bread Recipes

My most popular Soda Bread Soda bread is one of the things that makes me think of St. Patrick’s day, but I love a warm homemade soda bread recipe any time of year. So, why do they call it soda bread? Soda bread is a simple bread recipe that uses baking soda to provide leavening instead of …

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Surprise! Green is not Original Color of St. Patrick + Awesome Potato Pancake Recipe

Trivia about St. Patrick and St. Patrick’s Day and my newest Potato Pancake Recipe Who was the man behind St. Patrick’s Day? He wasn’t even Irish.  The real St. Patrick wasn’t even Irish. He was born in Britain around A.D. 390 to an aristocratic Christian family with a townhouse, a country villa, and plenty of slaves. …

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How do I love Brisket? Let me count the ways….

As many of you know, each week I chat with Matt Swaim on the Sonrise Morning Show, Sacred Heart Radio about Bible food & herbs. Today we talked about beer. Did you know that a type of beer was made and enjoyed thousands of years before Christ was born?   Well, lucky for us today …

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Pan Grilled Salmon with Caesar Salad Meatless & Marvelous!

PAN GRILLED SALMON  Salmon – about 4 oz. per person Olive oil Salt or seasoned salt and freshly ground black pepper  Bring the salmon to room temperature 10 minutes before cooking. Warm a nonstick skillet with oil over medium-low heat. Season the fish with salt and pepper. Raise the heat to medium-high. Cook until golden …

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