Being born on the feast of Mary, Mother of God is no small thing. This is the story of how my daughter was born on Mary’s feast day.Read More
Author: Sarah Reinhard
Twice-modified from a Rachael Ray recipe. 2 16oz cans of Spaghetti Sauce 1 lb short-cut pasta such as rotini or penne1 16oz bag of shredded cheese – mozzarella works best 1 lb of ground beef, sausage, or pepperoni (or omit the meat for a great Lenten Friday meal) 1 16-oz tub of ricotta cheese (or you can make your own and it will taste just as good: 1 16-oz tub of cottage cheese, a good handful of grated parmesan cheese, an egg, and a splash of milk) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Put the pasta on and cook to al dente, i.e., time it for the lower end of the recommendedcooking time While it’s cooking, mix up the fake ricotta and brown the meat. Drain the pasta, put it back in its pan, and mix in one can of sauce. Using a 9×13 baking pan, put in a bottom layer of the pasta. Next put in a layer of the ricotta or cottage cheese mix, then a layer of meat, then some sauce, then half of the shredded cheese. Repeat for a second layer. Pop it in the oven, forget about it for 20 minutes (but don’t forget to set your timer), and then pull it out and chow down! Serves 2 plus lots of...Read More
An essay about Mary and the Rosary to celebrate today’s feast of Our Lady of the Rosary…and a bonus link to an interview I forgot all about that posted today at Aleteia.Read More
Two short reviews (with links to my longer reviews of each) of books I’ve read and enjoyed recently: Beautiful Mercy, edited by Matthew Kelly, and Taste and See, by Ginny Kubitz Moyer.Read More
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