Did You Hear the One About the Alligator and the Archbishop? It all started on Ash Wednesday. Someone over at Insta-Gator Ranch & Hatchery posted a picture of a 3 year old letter on
On the show today… Thanksgiving! I had a wonderful conversation with the folks over at Baton Rouge Catholic Radio this morning. I’ve included a few clips here in the show. Here are
Dinner Time Chaos Challenges I don’t know about your house, but dinner time at my house can get pretty crazy. I think we are just too busy. I mean, as a society.
Easter Crawfish? What exactly do I mean by “Easter Crawfish?” Well, crawfish season and Easter coincide each year since the high point of crawfish season spans the months of March, April and May.
When it comes to family fun (fun that celebrates and nurtures your Catholic faith), do you consider yourself as adventurous or overwhelmed? Do you think of yourself as creative or clueless? Usually, I
Do you know that you are good? The Catholic Foodie is where food meets faith. It’s all about how God made the world–and us–good. The world we live in today
Field of Dreams was a great movie. Unfortunately, the most memorable line in the movie is a lie. At least it’s a lie when it comes to blogging. “If you build it,
You know, every year during Mardi Gras season, not only do I make lots of king cakes, but I also talk about them a lot on the Catholic Foodie podcast. I tweet pictures
Christmas is almost here. And Christmas is a time for family and friends, get-togethers, parties and meals [/our-christmas-feasts]. Oh, and I should mention that Christmas is not just one day. In the Church
Here are 7 signs you can look for to find out if YOU are a Catholic foodie: 1. You know about the launch of the NEW Catholic Foodie website at CatholicFoodie.com. I
Welcome, Folks, to the Catholic Foodie, Where food meets faith! I’m your host Jeff Young and I have lots of goodies for you today. The family and I had the opportunity to
I love me a good seafood gumbo, that is for sure. Especially now that it is getting somewhat cooler down here in New Orleans (at least for this week!). Fall is good gumbo