Jazz Fest 2015 Spring has arrived, along with the heat and the rain down here in south Louisiana. But springtime in New Orleans brings more than just humidity, thunderstorms, and bad hair days.
It’s Friday again… a Friday in Lent. I want to share a new Lenten recipe with you, a recipe that makes me think back to my visit to the Sea of Galilee
Tired of fish sticks and tuna fish sandwiches on Fridays in Lent? Want something really yummy instead? On this Lenten Friday [https://www.google.com/search?q=catholicfoodie.com%3A+gumbo&oq=catholicfoodie.
One of my favorite Lenten practices is taking part in the efforts of CRS Rice Bowl [http://crsricebowl.org/]. This Lent, CRS Rice Bowl [http://crsricebowl.org/] has put together new stories and
This recipe for Tomato Soup with Lamb and Rice is one of the recipes I included in my recent book, Around the Table with The Catholic Foodie: Middle Eastern Cuisine [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.
We are still in the Christmas Season [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/merry-christmas-from-the-catholic-foodie], folks, and today we continue our #12DaysofChristmas #recipes with Crawfish Étouffée. Yes, I missed a few days of recipe-sharing during the
Today is New Year’s Day… So Happy New Year! No matter how hard I try each year to cook something different, Lamb-stuffed Cabbage Rolls always seem to end up on our table.
2014 has been a big year for The Catholic Foodie [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/]. In addition to welcoming over 250,000 unique visitors to CatholicFoodie.com, 2014 has also seen: * the first Food
Guest post by Sarah Angus of Rose’s Supposes [http://sarahrosessupposes.blogspot.com/] Merry Christmas! Yes, it is December 27th, but for Catholics the Christmas season starts the night of Christmas Eve, and
These Sesame Tahini Cookies are not white and fluffy. They are not delicate like the Lebanese Butter Cookies [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/lebanese-butter-cookies-for-the-christmas-season-sundaysupper] . And they might not look too Christmas-y. But I can
Fellow foodie friends, I want to take this moment to wish you a Happy and Holy Christmas… hopefully around the table [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/around-the-table-with-the-catholic-foodie-middle-eastern-cuisine] with family and friends. 😉 I also want
It’s Christmas Eve and I have only a few hours to plan tomorrow’s feast [http://cfjwyoung.wpengine.com/seafood-gumbo-and-grilled-oysters-a-louisiana-christmas-tradition-for-sundaysupper] . That might seem like an easy task, but it’s not. Our