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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]