Poinsettia Cocktails & Family Christmas Traditions I recently wrote that there’s nothing like tradition to bind a family together [/lebanese-butter-cookies-for-the-christmas-season-sundaysupper]. And I meant it. Tradition and faith go hand-in-hand. So do tradition and
I have oysters on the brain. Maybe it’s just that time of the year. Cooler weather. The holidays. I don’t know. This is just a good time of the year for
[https://www.catholicfoodie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Father-Abraham.jpg]Show notes for episode 90: Today we talk about bar food, vinegar, and Father Abraham serving dinner to the poor man Lazarus. Whether
Here’s the Catholic Foodie’s Bloody Mary recipe [https://www.catholicfoodie.com/bloodymary]. Tangy with a kick! Ingredients * 2 ounces vodka (make sure it’s a good one – like Absolut [http://www.
Show notes for episode 84: This is Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie at catholicfoodie.com [https://www.catholicfoodie.com/], and you are listening to episode 84 of the Catholic Foodie: A Cocktail, A
A CNMC challenge from a longtime listener, traditional 4th of July fare… with an innovative twist, and Mary in the Kitchen. Join us at the Catholic Foodie… Where food meets faith! Call 985-635-4974
[https://www.catholicfoodie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Soup.jpg]Appetizing Leftovers? Yep. That’s what we have on the menu today at the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith!What are you
Gracebeforemeals.com [http://www.gracebeforemeals.com/], Christmas menus & recipes, feedback & more recipes, beer tasting and the O Antiphon of the day. Join us for episode 4 of The Catholic Foodie! Leave voice feedback: