Diana von Glahn, The Faithful Traveler, and the Holy Land

Diana von Glahn The Faithful Traveler

You might recognize Diana. She’s known as The Faithful Traveler and she has produced multiple Catholic travel television series that have aired on EWTN. She’s also my friend. Diana von Glahn – The Faithful Traveler Together with her husband David, Diana produces and hosts The Faithful Traveler. As host, Diana explores the art, architecture, history, and doctrine […]

Caprese Salad with Summer Tomatoes

Caprese Salad with Fresh Summer Tomatoes

A Caprese Salad with summer tomatoes is not complicated. And that’s exactly its charm. Summer Tomatoes: The Taste of Simple For me, tomatoes are synonymous with summer. That’s right. Depending on the mood I’m in I might be taking tomato vacation instead of a summer vacation. Sounds fun, doesn’t it? I often joke about having […]

My Recipe for Pasta Bolognese

Pasta Bolognese by The Catholic Foodie

Pasta Bolognese is a hearty Italian dish that can be prepared to feed a large family or a small army. A tomato sauce featuring beef and / or pork, Bolognese is often referred to in Italy as ragù alla bolognese or, more simply, as ragù. Pasta Bolognese Makes a Fancy Family Feast I have noted before […]

I’m Still Here and I’m Still Cooking!

The Catholic Foodie at #CMC14

It’s been quiet around here lately, I know. But I do have a good reason for my absence here at CatholicFoodie.com. You see, I’ve been cooking up something new for you that I know that you will enjoy. Long Time, No Post… For a Good Reason. I have felt strange not posting here the last […]

Greek Festival New Orleans… Celebrating 150 Years of the Greek Orthodox Church in the United States

Rotisserie Lamb at the Greek Festival New Orleans

It’s Greek Fest Time Again in New Orleans It’s my favorite time of year! I love the annual Greek Festival held at the Holy Trinity Orthodox Cathedral every Memorial Day weekend, and I love it for many reasons. The delicious Greek food is near the top of the list, of course. Kali Orexi is the […]

#2PopeSaints, Mary Matalin, and a Roman Holiday


Mary Matalin Joins Us to Talk about the Recent Canonizations and Her Trip to Rome Mary Matalin – political consultant, author, and convert to Catholicism – joins us on the Around the Table Food Show to tell us what it was like to be in Rome for the recent canonizations of #2PopeSaint… Pope Saint John […]

The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience 2014


NOWFE Is Less Than 2 Weeks Away: May 21 – 24, 2014 The New Orleans Wine & Food Experience is one of the premiere events in the Big Easy, showcasing what the city does best. In it’s 22nd year, our New Orleans festival has become one of most incredible culinary events in the nation, attracting […]

Moms’ Night Out Movie Opens Today!

Moms_ Night Out Movie

MOMS’ NIGHT OUT: A Laugh-Out-Loud Look at Moms, Dads, Kids, Love and Marriage MOMS’ NIGHT OUT is a laugh-out-loud look at moms, dads, kids, love and marriage that hits theaters nationwide today. It features two-time Emmy Award® winner Patricia Heaton. The comedy for the whole family from directors Jon and Andrew Erwin also stars Sarah Drew (Grey’s Anatomy), Sean […]

Jazz Fest and Crawfish Talk

Jazz Fest and Crawfish Talk

New Orleans Jazz Fest and Crawfish Talk Today is the last day of Jazz Fest 2014, and I did not go this year. Just too much on my plate, I guess. As I mentioned last week, Jazz Fest is the preeminent spring fun-in-the-sun event in the south, and Jazz Fest features the best festival food […]

Easter Feasting… with Nuns!

Sister Julia and Sister Tracey

How Nuns Celebrate the Easter Feast Today on The Catholic Foodie podcast Sr. Julia Darrenkamp and Sr. Tracey Dugas from the Daughters of St. Paul join us to talk about Easter cooking and feasting! Betcha didn’t know that Sr. Tracey is like the queen of cooking steak, did ya? Listen to the show to hear […]