cooking

A collection of 36 posts

Sep 13, 2009

CF37 – Cookinary Arts

[https://www.catholicfoodie.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Jambalaya.jpg]Goodness! This is a jam-packed episode! We start off with some voice feedback. If you remember, last episode I requested voice feedback as

Jul 7, 2009

Leah Chase on Creole Cooking

Leah Chase on Creole Cooking

Judy Walker, food editor for the Times-Picayune (and co-author of Cooking Up a Storm: Recipes Lost and Found in the Times-Picayune of New Orleans [/content/cooking-storm]) interviews Leah Chase in her kitchen at

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 [/content/catholic-foodie-store]. Bon appetit! To leave

Jun 23, 2009

CF23 – Foodie Sites

CF23 – Foodie Sites

God Help Me: How to Grow in Prayer [https://www.catholicfoodie.com/content/god-help-me-how-grow-prayer]… Jim Beckman’s awesome book on prayer. Want to grow in prayer? Read this book! I talk a bit

May 26, 2009

CF19 – SousChef!

CF19 – SousChef!

It’s been a long time coming. Yes, this is finally the SousChef! review I have been promising you for months. I am sorry it has taken so long, but there really hasn’

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 7, 2009

Another Culinary Catastrophe

Another Culinary Catastrophe

It happened again. Another culinary catastrophe. Great idea. Great recipe. Great intentions. But not enough time to do it justice. And then there was the accident. Here’s what happened…. My friend Lorraine

Apr 25, 2009

Love to Cook? Got a Mac? You Need SousChef!

Love to Cook? Got a Mac? You Need SousChef!

More than just a way to organize recipes, SousChef [http://acaciatreesoftware.com/index.php] actually helps you cook. This handy Mac app, developed by Acacia Tree Software, can do it all: organize and