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
Char joins me on the show today to recap the Greek Fest. We talk about grilling, share some feedback, and I talk Char into sharing her Tabouleh (tabouli) recipe. Dinner woes? Sarah Reinhard
We are very lucky to have Char on the show again today. And many thanks to Sarah Reinhard for the awesome intro! What’s on the menu for episode 63? Well, today we
On the menu today… the WHO DAT! controversy, the SQPN Mardi Gras Mambo Marathon, LOTS of feedback, king cakes, and even more yummy stuff. Join us at the Catholic Foodie where food meets
On the menu today… the Catholic Foodie Saints pre-game show with Char & Jeff! We also have an interview with Executive Chef Manny Augello, feedback, and lots of banter. Come join the fun… at
On the menu today… Chris Faddis and I talk about his new ministry outreach, Fast for Haiti. We have a bit of technology and social media talk too. And LOTS of feedback on
Goodness, our kids love to eat! And they love to cook too! Today we discuss kids in the kitchen and how cooking together can strengthen family relationships. Join me and Rebecca Lindamood (of
On today’s show… Char and I discuss the past week and all the wonderful meals that we have had. We also talk about an excellent movie that we watched last night: Julie
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
A question from Nick Padley of In Between Sundays podcasts leads us into a discussion about how to eat healthily despite our busy lives. I also share some feedback and make a few
I can hardly believe it, but I am about to celebrate 1 year of the Catholic Foodie! I published my first episode on November 30, 2008. And November is just around the corner!
What has been the holiest meal you have ever shared? Outside the Mass, that is. I asked this question the other day on Plurk & Twitter & Facebook, and I received a number of replies.