Thanksgiving

A collection of 23 posts

Nov 23, 2010

Two Sides of My Better Half

Two Sides of My Better Half

After begging–lots and lots of begging–on my husband’s part, I am contributing my first official post on The Catholic Foodie! So here it goes. It’s countdown to Thanksgiving and

Nov 19, 2010

CF97 – It’s Beaujolais Day!

CF97 – It’s Beaujolais Day!

Show Notes for Episode 97Awesome show today! We have Sarah Reinhard with an extra-fantabulous Mary in the Kitchen that focuses on Mary as Mother of Divine Providence. We talk a bit about Beaujolais

Nov 26, 2009

Turkey and Andouille Gumbo

There’s nothing like a good gumbo here in Louisiana, especially during the blistery cold winters we have. OK. I’m kidding about the blistery cold winters (even though it did snow last

Nov 23, 2009

CF48 – Appetizing Leftovers?

Appetizing Leftovers? Yep. That’s what we have on the menu today at the Catholic Foodie, where food meets faith!What are you going to start off your Thanksgiving feast with? Soup? Salad?

Nov 20, 2009

Turkey Stock

Turkey Stock

There’s nothing like a good stock to add zap and zing to your soups and gumbos. And stocks are so easy to make! Since this is Thanksgiving time, I have a special

Nov 20, 2009

In Honor of the Cranberry

In Honor of the Cranberry

By Kate Daneluk As a native New Jersian, perhaps the cranberry, one of our major agricultural products, is more important to me than the average American.  But I believe that my love for

Nov 16, 2009

CF47 – Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

CF47 – Blessed are the Poor in Spirit

On the menu this week… We have some voice feedback that leads us into another discussion of the Holy Family Institute, particularly the Vow of Poverty. I also share with you the experience

Nov 8, 2009

CF46 – Turkey Time!

CF46 – Turkey Time!

It’s that time again… Thanksgiving! It is just a couple of weeks away. So, what are you doing for Thanksgiving? A turkey recipe, sweet potato & apple casserole recipe, feedback, a book

Nov 30, 2008

CF01 – Let’s Talk Turkey

Against my better judgment, I am posting episode 1 of The Catholic Foodie: Let’s talk turkey. I am a perfectionist. Yes, really, I am. And this episode is not perfect. But, I

Nov 23, 2008

Thanksgiving and Advent

Today we celebrate in the Church the Feast of Christ the King, which marks the end of the liturgical year. Next Sunday is the 1st Sunday of Advent, the beginning of a new