Beef Stew: Comforting, Filling, Heartwarming There’s just something good about beef stew. It’s hearty. It’s warm. It’s comforting, filling, and delicious. It’s comfort food for sure. I made
Marcelle Bienvenu is one of my favorite Louisiana chefs. She wrote one of my favorite cookbooks before being a chef was cool: Who’s Your Mama, Are You Catholic, And Can You Make
The Catholic history of the pretzel and a delicious soft pretzel recipe… And a guy who is fasting on beer and water all of Lent. Wow! Check it out right here on the
Show notes for episode 92: This is Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie at catholicfoodie.com, and you are listening to episode 92 of the Catholic Foodie: There’s more than one way to
Show notes for episode 91: Welcome, folks, to the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith. I am your host Jeff Young and today we are going to rejoice in the fact that it
Show notes for episode 84: This is Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie at catholicfoodie.com, and you are listening to episode 84 of the Catholic Foodie: A Cocktail, A Cookbook, and My 3
On the menu today: an interview with Sarah Vabulas (the Catholic Drinkie), a “pre-announcement” of the book I’m working on, a breakfast tip, and Marcelle Bienvenu’s recipe for red beans & rice.
On the show today: * my initial thoughts from the CNMC * a new format for the Catholic Foodie * 5 cheap red wines that you can buy without feeling cheap * recipe for arroz con pollo
What a fun episode! Not only did we celebrate the one year anniversary of the Catholic Foodie, but Char actually joined me as my co-host! AWESOME! The kids even surprised me in the
This recipe was submitted by Mike Lindner [http://wdmt.blogspot.com]. > “This is a rich brown ale with subtle hop flavoring and bitterness. Soft palate and residual sweetness make this beer reminiscent of
Appetizing Leftovers? Yep. That’s what we have on the menu today at the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith! What are you going to start off your Thanksgiving feast with? Soup? Salad?
What an awesome episode! We are so blessed to have Nick Padley of In Between Sundays (inbetweensundays.com) with us on the show. We talk about so much: St. Benedict, food, wine, beer,