St. Joseph | Catholic All Year at Home w/ Kendra Tierney
Lent • 21m
Join the Tierney family as they celebrate St. Joseph by hammering playdough, sanding plywood, skewering meats, piping pastry, and eating right off the table . . . with their hands. It's a Sicilian tradition! Learn how to make Pasta alla Tavola (Italian for "Pasta on the Table"), homemade breadcrumb "sawdust", finger food appetizers perfect for kid helpers, and tasty St. Joseph cream puffs with easy homemade whipped cream.
Find this episode's feature recipes and more about liturgical living in the home at Catholic All Year. https://catholicallyear.com/at-home/.
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