An Advent Apron Giveaway...

... which is also appropriate to wear during Christmastime!


Catholic Embroidery has generously offered to give one of their lovely "Venite Adoremus" aprons to a visitor here at Catholic Cuisine! 

The "Venite Adoremus" Apron pictured above would make a great Christmas gift paired with the Starlight Cookies Jar Mix Or you could even put together a gift basket with your favorite apron, a Catholic themed cookbook (such as Cooking with the SaintsA Continual Feast, or Grace Before Meals!), some fun and religious candy molds or cookie cutters, and line the basket with a gorgeous "Silent Night" lace Placemat/DoilyTable Runner (also available from Catholic Embroidery here), or Table Topper.  There are so many options to create lovely Catholic gifts for those who love to create "Catholic Cuisine!"

This apron, and many more, can be purchased here at Catholic Cuisine (Catholic Cuisine will receive a percentage of any of the aprons purchased from this page), or they can be purchased directly from Catholic Embroidery! To enter the giveaway please use the Rafflecopter box below:


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55 comments:

  1. Chicken and noodles

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  2. Hmm...after the gingerbread men, I'd have to say roasting the turkey for our Christmas feast :) Thanks so much for the giveaway! What a perfect apron for Advent cooking!

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  3. I looove to bake coconut macaroons.

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  4. I enjoy making chili and cornbread on Christmas Eve. My children all look forward to it!

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  5. I love making my husband's family's cookie recipes (spritz from his mom's mom and Italian chocolate chip from his mom's friend in Italy) his other grandmother's recipe for homemade doughnuts. They're the highlight of our Advent and Christmas celebrations!

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  6. We make a birthday cake for baby Jesus,,,my kids LOVE this, lol.

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  7. My husband loves no bake cookies; I usually make a lot of cookies, St. Lucy bread, and a souffle for Mary Mother of God.

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  8. I made the Strawberry Santas last year for our family's gathering. My brother, who is 35 and minimally practicing his faith, absolutely loved them. It gave me a chance to talk a bit about St. Nicholas and reintroduce the "Reason" for Christmas. He specifically requested a repeat appearance of the Santas this year. Thanks Catholic Cuisine for providing tools/a great medium to evangelize. May you have a blessed Advent and joy-filled Christmas!

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  9. My favorite recipe to make is peanut butter cookies with a hershey kiss on top. Super easy and always a winner at parties!

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  10. Bambino bread on Christmas Eve (Tis the Season to be Baking by Father Dominic)! We whisper a prayer to the Baby Jesus and wrap it up in the bread.

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  11. Fudge. We make chocolate, peanut butter (dh's favorite), and butterscotch toffee. It has become our go-to for parties and presents.

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  12. Christmas cookies!

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  13. I have a wonderful fudge recipe that I make each Christmas!

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  14. Beautiful! I love making chocolate chip pumpkin bread. And of course cookies.

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  15. I'm loving the color and embroidery work of this apron! I'm looking forward to making some braided bread in the next week--new recipe, but red from sun-dried tomatoes, green from pesto, and white all braided together.

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  16. merry & blessed Christmas (season)

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  17. On Christmas Eve every year we make Colombian Empanadas.

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  18. My favorite recipe to make for Christmas is our family's recipe for cookie logs.

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  19. I actually like to bake persimmon bread using the persimmon's from my mother's tree. Then I help my son to bake his pistachio cranberry icebox cookies and chocolate gingerbread people cookies.

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  20. Cheese log! erinjohnsone@sbcglobal.net

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  21. LOVE to make bread pudding!! I made a pumpkin spice version for a potluck recently and it was SOO tasty!

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  22. I love pumpkin and ginger bread this time of year. I especially love to make pumpkin rolls and gingerbread cookies.

    By the way, this was a great advertising post-- I have long been aware of Catholic Embroidery an have looked at the aprons on this blog page, but just today realized that they sell so much more! I love the piano scarf, mantle scarf and table runner! Thanks!

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  23. Ooh, what a pretty apron! Perfect for all that Christmas baking!

    My great-grandmother used to make a delicious recipe for no-bake cookies, called "Christmas Jewels". They are ball-shaped chocolate-orange cookies, with red and green crystal sprinkles to make them sparkle like jewels! So beautiful, and sooooo delish! : )

    Allison

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  24. I received a Catholic embroidery apron for my birthday in September and I just love it! This year I can't wait to try out a recipe for peppermint brownies. Merry Christmas!

    Melanie

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  25. My all time favorite is cookies for our annual home-school cookie swap.

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  26. Sugar cookies: to cut out and decorate!

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  27. My favorite thing to bake is moms special sugar cookies for the Holidays.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  28. Sugar cookies....super crumbly, melt in your mouth, heavenly sugar cookies....

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  29. French meat pies (tourtière) and date nut krispies...and these aprons are very high quality. I already own two and I wear them often!

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  30. I love to make sand tarts with my children. Thanks for the giveaway. I love the aprons!

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  31. Christmas treats, both cookies and candies. I make 11 - 12 different items, and we make up platters to give to family and friends. And of course, we save some for ourselves to celebrate Jesus' birthday. :)

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  32. Eggnog bread and eggnog cheesecake bars.

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  33. Taralli--Italian cookies--hand-shaped cookies that are baked then iced and covered with sprinkles and non-pariels. These are what I grew up with, but the traditional cookie is boiled and baked like a pretzel, then served with wine for dipping. I'll make those some day.

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  34. Years ago we found a recipe for Tennessee stack cake. It is the perfect example of something that sounds weird and tastes amazing. It's a cake with many layers baked on sheet pans - very similar to sugar cookies; homemade apple-butter is spread between the layers, it's dusted with powdered sugar and then covered with a tea towel for a day. So amazing and beautiful too. It's now a family tradition.

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  35. My favorite thing to make during the holidays is gingerbread houses with my kids, their friends, and great nieces and nephews.

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  36. Two of my kiddos have birthdays on Christmas, so we make THREE birthday cakes - one for each of them and one for Jesus!

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  37. The mint recipe my mother always made. :) She would dye the "dough" 1/3 red, 1/3 green and leave 1/3 white for Christmas. Just finished my batch this morning!

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  38. I make gingerbread men every year and decorate them with mini M&Ms

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  39. Christmas tree cookies. They're my favorite and they bring back such fond memories of watching my mom make them when I was a kid.

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  40. I would love to wear this apron while I make fudge and peanut brittle

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  41. I love making cookies and candies for the Christmas season. My favorite would have to be pizelles.

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  42. I love all of the Christmas cooking... Baby Jesus birthday cake: Cherry-Cheese Coffee Cake, gingerbread cookies, snickerdoodles, lemon ricotta cookies, the Christmas Eve buffet of roast beef, Hungarian noodles, chili, cornbread, and veggies and the Christmas day feast of Glazed Ham and mashed potatoes and gravy.

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  43. I love baking cherry pie for the holidays!

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  44. Every Christmas morning we make "Breakfast Burritos" it's eggs, hashbrowns, sausage or bacon and cheese all wrapped up in a tortilla. Yum!

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  45. I like to make shortbread cookies dipped in melted chocolate. It's a yearly favorite, especially for my husband. :) Merry Christmas!

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