Food and Etiquette: How Chef Carolyn Shelton Makes a Difference in New Orleans
Originally from Lafayette, LA, Chef Carolyn Shelton now reside in New Orleans. She is a cookbook author, a caterer, and
Loyola Press is unveiling a new series that celebrates the many ways Catholics express their faith through the culinary arts. The collection of stories, called Food and Faith, explores how we feed our
Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Season 2 Kicks Off Tomorrow in Israel
Anthony Bourdain kicks off the second season of his Parts Unknown series tomorrow night (September 15, 2013) on CNN. His first stop?
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
> A guest post by Shelly Kelly [http://soundmindandspirit.blogspot.com/]from Of
Sound Mind and Spirit [http://soundmindandspirit.blogspot.com/].
The Christmas holidays abound with memories and traditions, many of them grown
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
SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 120
This is Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie at CatholicFoodie.com and you are listening to episode 120 of the Catholic Foodie: What Would Jesus Eat?
Welcome, Folks, to
Show Notes for CF115
Welcome, folks to the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith. I’m your host Jeff Young. And today I have a special treat for you. You see, next weekend,
History of the po-boy, Catholic Foodie’s Top 5 Types of Po-Boys & the Top 5 Po-Boy Establishments between New Orleans & Baton Rouge. Shout-outs to Dianna Kennedy (and CatholicMothersOnline.com), Craig Poirier, Lisa Hendey,
I don’t know where I’ve been. I mean… Why did I not see this before now?
I took the kids to the toy store this morning to buy a birthday present
Thought you might appreciate this.
I just came across this short video clip about web resources for foodies. It’s
short. To the point. And it mentions so many excellent resources.
If you have been around the Catholic Foodie for long, then you know that I love to photograph my food. I post the photos here. And on Twitter. And on Facebook. Oh, and