‘We bring all of creation into ourselves by eating,’ says Tapsak, ‘and when we give thanks for our food, we are giving thanks to God on behalf of all creation.’
The engineer-turned-priest won first prize at a diocesan food event with his homemade pretzels.
As she approached 50 years old, the longtime neonatal nurse made the decision to attend culinary school and become a professional chef.
The Benedict oblate lives an eremitical life in Michigan, from where she shares her faith and love of gardening with readers worldwide.
“I love food, cooking and mixing flavors,’ says the Virginia chef, ‘and making people happy through my food’
The two winners of a cooking contest in the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, this year were Father Chris Gernetzke and Deacon Michael Pipitone
Catholic stewards of the land offer autumnal produce and festivities to their local communities and give glory to God for his abundance.
Father David Cappelloni is known in the Scranton, Pennsylvania, area for his love of Italian cuisine
At Christmas and year-round, Kanakry’s Middle Eastern baking talents have become a hallmark of Holy Transfiguration Parish in McLean, Virginia
‘When I talk about my Catholic faith, it’s like talking about a gumbo,’ says Dawson. ‘There’s a lot to it and we have plenty to share.’