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The cat is out of the bag so to speak. Check out Denise's take on one of my recipes. She featured My Catholic Kitchen on Secret Recipe Club. 
Aromatic, sinfully tasty Glazed Cashew Nuts (Castanha de Caju Glaceada) that can be served by themselves or accompanied by an ice-cold beer, guaraná soda, or other drink of your choice.
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This oooey gooey garlic bread is perfect for National Garlic Day, which is today by the way. Lets get our garlic on shall we? #garlicbread   #Nationalgarlicday   #garlicday   #cheesybread  
Today is National Garlic Day. There is a reason they call it the stinking rose. There is a sulfuric compound in garlic that does that. I personally believe that the good benefits of garlic outweigh...
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I love the combination of Lemon and coconut in the Bundt cake.
 
#bundtbakers   Todays recipes are all over spring, and I made this incredible moist delicious Lemon Coconut Bundt Cake
RECIPE> http://basicndelicious.com/lemon-coconut-bundt-cake-bundtbakers/
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I love how this Strawberry Poppy Seed Cake looks so moist and delicious.
 
I baked this Strawberry Poppy Seed Cake for the April Bundt Baker's theme. It's moist and has a wonderful nutty/seed flavor from the poppy seeds. Click on this link for the recipe:
http://magnoliadays.com/2014/strawberry-poppy-seed-cake/

Plus find links in my post to more Spring or Easter bundt cakes by the talented Bundt Bakers.

#recipeoftheday   #bundtbakers   #cakerecipes  
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Forget the Easter eggs. This Carrot Tea Cake is perfect for your Easter dessert table.
 http://www.mycatholickitchen.com/2014/04/carrot-tea-cake-for-bundtbakers.html
#carrotcake   #bundtbakers   #cakerecipes   #easterdessertrecipes  
Where did the time go? Easter is this weekend. With that said we have a Easter Theme for #BundtBakers this month. It is hosted by the lovely Tara over at  Noshing with the Nolands. If you...
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Here is some great advice from my friend Claudia.
 
How to keep ham moist and juicy :

Place the ham cut-side down in a baking pan. If it's going to be in the oven for more than an hour, you also may want to place a foil "tent" over your ham in order to keep it from drying out.
Continue to brush the ham with glaze and baste it with the pan juices every 20 minutes or so, until it is heated through.
To finish the ham and give it a deliciously caramelized coating, remove the foil tent, brush it with glaze and pan juices one more time, then turn your oven to the broiler setting. Allow the outside of the ham to get nice and browned-this should only take about 5 minutes, but watch it closely so it doesn't get too dark.
When the internal temperature reaches 160 degrees F (80 degrees C), the ham is ready for serving.
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Dont you thnk these Bunny Nest Carrot Mini Bundts just the cutest thing?
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This Babka sure would be great with a cup of coffee right now.
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I love the idea of berries and Lemon Curd. Perfect for Easter.
 
I baked this Bursting-With-Berries Lemon Curd Bundt Cake for BundtBakers this month.

Recipe here ❥ http://bit.ly/1mhfRVo

#easter   #berries   #lemon   #bundtcake  
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I love my #Bundtbakers  group and this Lemon and Elderflower cake is on my list to make soon.
 
It smells like Spring with this Lemon and Elderflower bundt cake

Happy Easter
We are off to Athens today to spend Easter with family and to start looking for an apartment for our move there in the summer. And talking about Greece... Have you seen the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"? There is a scene t...
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Welcome to My Catholic Kitchen.
 My name is Veronica, you can call me Vonnie. I am a Catholic, mom, wife, sister, daugher and friend. I am a food writer, food blogger, food photographer, recipe contest winner, college graduate, self proclaimed bookworm. I am a lover of freshly baked bread, Krispy Kreme Donuts, a great cup of coffee, fried chicken and all that is comfort food.
I live in Coastal Virginia with my husband of almost 20 years, teenage daughter, two turtles and rescue dog Meeka.
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