He learned the old-fashioned way – in the kitchen with mama.

“I grew up in a house where baking was a normal activity. It wasn’t just for special occasions or for holidays like Christmas,” Fr. Dom said. “In our house, baking was just a thing you did every day. I don’t remember my mother (Mary Garramone) ever telling me, ‘Get out of the kitchen, I’m busy.’ It was more like, ‘Get in here and beat these eggs,’ or ‘Help me measure this flour.’ She really wanted me to engage in the kitchen and take part in family meal prep.”