Back-to-School #Recipe Ideas on the show today... including what to do with all those fresh summer tomatoes, how to pickle summer veggies, and several fun and new seasoning options for grilled or roasted chicken. All easy-peasy recipes to help feed your family healthy and delicious food during the busy back-to-school transition. Full show notes and recipes available by clicking here:¬†CatholicFoodie.com.
Diana introduces Jeff Young,¬†The Catholic Foodie, as one of her regular guests on the program. ¬†Get to know Jeff a little better during this episode.¬†
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Today on The Catholic Foodie Show we talk about the readings from yesterday‚Äôs Mass and what they could mean for me and you. We also talk French Baguettes with a recipe from my friend Craig Poirier. Full show notes, including the recipe, are available by clicking here:¬†CatholicFoodie.com.
Jeff reflects the Sunday Mass Readings,¬†http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/072615.cfm, and his trip to the Catholic Marketing Network conference.
The Catholic Foodie shares more culinary inspirations, a bit about grilling, and it's RECIPE FRIDAY! ¬†This Friday, hear how to make stuffed summer squash! ¬†www.CatholicFoodie.com
Hot on the heels of my interview on Catholicism Live! last night we tackle the questions of gluttony, fasting and abstaining from meat on Fridays throughout the year on today‚Äôs show. I also supply you with resources for your life of faith and your kitchen counter. Listen in!
What's your favorite "funky food?" You know, weird food combinations... Bananas and peanut butter, or ¬†anchovy paste on grapefruit! Got a funky food combination that you like? Tell me about it in the comments below. Comment below... or better yet, leave me voice feedback describing your funky food combo by calling 985-635-4974.
What chefs inspire the Catholic Foodie? ¬†Find out in this edition of the Catholic Foodie Show w/ Jeff Young! ¬†PLUS some special recipes for you to use in YOUR kitchen!
Did you know that the Catholic Foodie¬†studied for the priesthood? ¬†Learn more as he shares his story with Mary Graham on Living Witnesses.
The average American family wastes over $640 a year in food. Are there ways to reduce that number? You bet there are! And today we talk ideas on how we can better plan our meals, our shopping, and reduce food waste. Listen in! Detailed show notes are available at¬†http://CatholicFoodie.com.
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From¬†The Catholic Foodie archives¬†I bring to you a delightful conversation with chef and food writer¬†Marcelle Bienvenu. We talk summer cooking with fresh vegetables and fresh Gulf seafood, and I share with you a recipe for¬†Shrimp & Okra Gumbo.