🦀The article and recipe below first appeared in The Clarion Herald in March of 2013 under the title Priest knows secret to perfect crab cakes. Article by Beth Donze. Recipe by Fr. Daniel
Food storage is a big deal. If food isn’t stored properly, then you risk wasting food, and that can get expensive. But the #1 reason that people turn to me and to
The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival Kicks Off Tomorrow The 45th Annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival [http://www.nojazzfest.com/] starts tomorrow and runs for two consecutive weekends. Jazz Fest [http://www.
Louisiana Seafood: Tracking Time by the Seasons I grew up in south Louisiana – Baton Rouge [http://www.visitbatonrouge.com/], to be specific. One of the many blessings of growing up where I did
Louisiana Shrimp Are Now in Season… Are You Ready? You might be wondering exactly what I mean by “shrimp season.” After all, aren’t shrimp [https://www.catholicfoodie.com/category/recipes/main-dishes/seafood-recipes/
About this time last year I posted my recipe for Seafood Gumbo [/the-catholic-foodies-seafood-gumbo]. Now, I love gumbo. And I make it quite often. Usually the chicken and andouille variety. Sometimes turkey and andouille
Today we are going to talk about Chef John Besh and his most recent cookbook: My Family Table. I’m going to admit this right up front. I love this cookbook. And I
Here’s another recipe that I have never tried. However, I did talk about it on episode 121 of the Catholic Foodie [https://www.catholicfoodie.com/cf121-hurricane-food]. And the truth is that I
Image courtesy of Kath Haboc [http://www.flickr.com/photos/kathleenhaboc/325471770/sizes/z/in/photostream/]on Flickr.com. I have not yet made this dish, but I am dying to! This sounds
[Divine Office]As we begin this episode I want to thank our sponsor, DivineOffice.org. You will find all things Liturgy of the Hours at DivineOffice.org. Of course, the Liturgy of the
Well, folks we are going to step into the kitchen now. You know, I mentioned that on Wednesday I prepared a late lunch of fresh salsa and fish tacos. I posted pictures on
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 [http://thekennedyadventures.com/] (andCatholicMothersOnline.com [http://catholicmothersonline.