Pickled Pork? The other day I shared a soup recipe for #SundaySupper. It was my recipe for Louisiana Caldo, and it features a peculiar ingredient: pickled pork. Now, I say it’s a peculiar ingredient only because so many people commented on it. I’ve been cooking with pickled pork all my life, so I do not […]
Here are 7 signs you can look for to find out if YOU are a Catholic foodie: 1. You know about the launch of the NEW Catholic Foodie website at CatholicFoodie.com. I am very happy to say that the response to the new site has been overwhelmingly positive! CatholicFoodie.com was recently mentioned on the Smithsonian […]
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/catholicfoodie/~5/P1uB7z3mR2U/CF124.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Welcome, Folks, to the Catholic Foodie, Where food meets faith! I’m your host Jeff Young and I have lots of goodies for you today. The family and I had the opportunity to meet two chefs two weeks ago: Chef John Besh and Alton Brown, and I can’t wait […]
http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/catholicfoodie/~5/X3wCgcjCMX8/CF123.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download The Show Notes for episode 123: Goodbye Good Eats Welcome, Folks, to the Catholic Foodie, Where food meets faith! I’m your host Jeff Young and today we are saying goodbye to one of my favorite food shows: Alton Brown’s Good Eats on Food Network. Well, it’s sort of […]
I came across this video clip from Alton Brown’s Good Eats. Kooky, I know. But Alton is so cool… and this fits with our recent excursion to the Greek Fest in New Orleans. Enjoy!
Yes, we are in Advent, preparing for Christ’s coming, but we are also preparing for family celebrations at Christmas. These celebrations often entail gift-giving. I don’t know about you, but I am often at a loss about what to give certain people. When I find myself at a loss, I usually just get them something […]