A collection of 21 posts

Dec 16, 2011

John Besh’s “My Family Table”

John Besh’s “My Family Table”

Christmas is almost here. And Christmas is a time for family and friends, get-togethers, parties and meals. Oh, and I should mention that Christmas is not just one day. In the Church we

Jul 7, 2009

CF27 – Cooking Up a Storm

CF27 – Cooking Up a Storm

Another video edition of the Catholic Foodie. This time I review a cookbook: Cooking Up a Storm: Recipes Lost and Found in the Times-Picayune of New Orleans. Bon appetit! To leave feedback for

May 21, 2009

5 Favorite Cookbooks

5 Favorite Cookbooks

As I have said before, I love cookbooks. And I have many “favorites.” If a cookbook is nothing more than a collection of recipes, I am usually not very impressed. I have many

May 20, 2009

A Sensational Sensation Salad

A Sensational Sensation Salad

I love cookbooks. I never really follow a recipe exactly, but I find so much inspiration and good ideas in cookbooks that I just can’t get enough of them. A publisher recently

Dec 30, 2008

The Pleasure of Talking About Food

I came across a book the other day that really caught my eye. Of course, it was a cookbook. But, not just any cookbook… it was a cookbook of Middle Eastern cuisine. My

Dec 5, 2008

CF02 – Feasting on Asphalt

Episode 2 is up! Please leave feedback at or call 985-635-4974. I forgot to ask for feedback in the podcast so I am asking for it now. Thank you! Catholic

Dec 4, 2008

A Christmas Gift Idea

The Catholic Foodie & Family with Alton BrownYes, we are in Advent, preparing for Christ’s coming, but we are also preparing for family celebrations at Christmas. These celebrations often entail gift-giving. I