Why fish on Friday? Why can we eat fish on Fridays in Lent? Isn’t fish a kind of meat too? I have to be honest… this was a real stumbling block for me when I first “turned to the Lord” at the age of 16. I lived in Baton Rouge, LA where seafood was just […]
Well, folks we are going to step into the kitchen now. You know, I mentioned that on Wednesday I prepared a late lunch of fresh salsa and fish tacos. I posted pictures on the Catholic Foodie Facebook page, and some folks (including my friend Sonia McGarrity) asked for the recipe. So, I’m going give that […]
I don’t quite know what to think about this? It just seems… Well, wrong. We put only dirty dishes and dish detergent in our dishwasher. I don’t know. Would you try this at home? Comment below!
In my last post, I marveled at the thought of Jesus cooking breakfast for me. Wow! If you remember, Jesus was cooking fish over a fire on the shore of the Sea of Tiberias the third time that he appeared to the apostles after the Resurrection. One of the most prevalent fish in that area is tilapia. […]
We are very lucky to have Char on the show again today. And many thanks to Sarah Reinhardfor the awesome intro! What’s on the menu for episode 63? Well, today we fast… or, at least, we talk about fasting. And, you know, fasting makes sense only in the context of feasting. Have you ever thought of […]
Submitted by LoAnn Lindner. This is a great dish, especially when camping, using fresh-caught fish! Ingredients Fish fillets Egg Instant Potato Flakes Spices (I like lemon and dill) Salt and Pepper (to taste) Butter or olive oil (for frying) Directions Beat the egg and put it in a flat dish. Mix the potato flakes, salt, pepper, […]
Submitted by Eleanor Batson. Halibut Olympia – straight from my family who live up in Anchorage , AK! 4 Halibut filets (or any other MILD fish) 3 T. lemon juice Sauce 1/2 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese 3 T. Mayo (I use light mayo – tastes great) 1/4 cup softened butter 3 T. chopped green […]
Recipe submitted by Sabine. The Dutch call it maatjesharing, in Germany and Sweden it just matjes. It is made from young herrings caught before the breeding season started. I think the name is from the old word for young/unmarried women in German. We still have the word maid in Dutch. It’s meisje, and in English, […]