January 28, 2012

The Catholic Foodie on Catholic Weekend: A Little Food For Thought

The Catholic Foodie on Catholic Weekend: A Little Food For Thought

Since I am still recuperating from bronchitis, I decided to hijack an episode of SQPN’s Catholic Weekend (with permission, of course). I had the joy of joining the Catholic Weekend crew two weeks ago, and we talked about food, faith, Mardi Gras, King Cake, oysters, and more! Join us in the fun!

I’ll be back next week with a full episode talking about the history and tradition of the King Cake during Mardi Gras season. Until then… Bon appetit!

From Catholic Weekend:

Jeff Young, The Catholic Foodie, joins the crew this weekend. Of course, there’s talk about the saints Saints and food. Lot’s of food, including a little segment on oyster apologetics. And a little bit of Catholic insight, too.

Join us for a little Catholic lite.

The Catholic Weekend Crew this week:
Jeff Young with Maria JohnsonSteve Nelson, and Capt. Jeff.

Links

Happy Feast of the Ass fun post at Southern Fried Catholicism

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Picks of the Week
Jeff: Sarah Reinhard’s new book due in April, Catholic Family Fun

Steve: Words with Friends saves a life.

Maria: New Evangelizers

Capt. Jeff: Divine Office

Music played this episode
“Llewellyn’s Lleap” and “Punxsutawney Phil”
Alan Marchand

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