Lent: Soup and Stories with The Practicing Catholics

Soup and Stories with The Practicing Catholic

Lisa Schmidt of ThePracticingCatholic.com Joins Us on the Show! I know this happened a couple of weeks ago, but we are still in Lent, and there is a lot of value in the conversation I am sharing with you today. A couple of weeks ago, Lisa Schmidt of ThePracticingCatholic.com joined us on the Around the […]

A Taste of Covington: The Vintner’s Dinner at LOLA Restaurant

LOLA in Covington Vintners Dinner

A Taste of Covington – 4 Day Food & Wine Event April 10 – April 13, 2014 is Covington’s third annual food & wine experience. 3rd ANNUAL “A TASTE OF COVINGTON” TEAMING UP WITH THE ST.TAMMANY ART ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL SPRING FOR ART! Sponsors include: the Southern Hotel, Glazer’s Domaines & Estates, Acquistapace’s Covington Supermarket, Champagne Beverage, […]

St. Joseph and the Italian Feast Day #BeshBox

Saint Joseph Altars and the Italian Feast Day BeshBox

Happy St. Joseph’s Day! Today is the feast day of St. Joseph. Actually, it is called a Solemnity by the Church, which puts it on par with all the great feast days of the Church, including Christmas. St. Joseph must be somebody pretty special, huh? Yes, he is! He is known by many titles, but […]

The Catholic Foodie Joins The Catholic Guy Lino Rulli for Mardi Gras 2014

The Catholic Foodie and Lino Rulli

The Catholic Guy Returns to New Orleans for Mardi Gras! Back in February of 2010, Lino Rulli – The Catholic Guy on Sirius / XM’s The Catholic Channel 129 – came to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. Lino and his crew broadcasted his radio show live from a balcony on Bourbon Street on Monday, Tuesday […]

The WOW Effect of Pizza: Pizza Man of Covington

The WOW Effect of Pizza - Pizza Man of Covington

The Dream Interview: On-Location at Pizza Man of Covington I’m just a kid, really. A kid that loves handmade pizzas from one-of-a-kind pizza parlors, the kind of pizza parlors that are local and owned by a family… not a chain. Pizza Man of Covington is one such pizza parlor, and – in my humble opinion […]

King Creole Food Truck Brings Cajun and Creole Cuisine to Burlington, NC

Smoked Chicken and Andoullie Sausage Gumbo

Chef Micah Martello and the King Creole Food Truck Chef Micah Martello has been in the food business for over 20  years. He’s been an executive chef, a food and beverage director, and a restaurant owner. He now owns and operates a Louisiana-themed food truck in Burlington, NC. Originally from Baton Rouge (we graduated high […]

New Orleans Chefs Cook to Benefit Recovery Efforts in the Philippines

NOLA Chefs Aid for the Philippines December 16

NOLA Chefs’ Aid for the Philippines Here in south Louisiana we know what it is like to suffer. After eight years, parts of New Orleans are still recovering from Hurricane Katrina. However, our suffering helps us to keep focused on what is most important in life, and it urges us to reach out with a […]

Reaching the Youth of New Orleans Through Food and Etiquette

Chef Carolyn Shelton

Food and Etiquette: How Chef Carolyn Shelton Makes a Difference in New Orleans Originally from Lafayette, LA, Chef Carolyn Shelton now reside in New Orleans. She is a cookbook author, a caterer, and an advocate for opportunity youth. In addition to cooking demos and motivational speaking, she also teaches manners and etiquette to the youth of […]

Catholic Food Bloggers Talk Food and Faith with Loyola Press

Catholic Food Bloggers Roundup-1

Talking Food and Faith with Loyola Press Rosemary Lane of Loyola Press contacted me a couple of weeks ago with the idea of having a roundtable discussion with Catholic food bloggers. Naturally, I thought it was an brilliant idea. Rosemary rocks like that. And, by the way, the discussion happened today. Besides yours truly and […]

CF182 – Dinner Lab and Supper Clubs

Dinner Lab, Supper Clubs, Pope Francis Documentary, Life Is Meals, Thai Food, quick way to peel garlic, and Alton Brown's Recipe for Turkey Gravy.

Food in the News: Dinner Lab New Orleans Dinner Lab, a new social dining experiment, may not be new since it is about 2 years old, but the concept is very new, at least in today’s social milieu. It was founded by a group of foodie entrepreneurs in New Orleans about two years ago. As […]