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The Catholic Foodie... Where food meets faith!

Latest Episodes

Stranger Pilgrims: A Special Catholic Foodie Halloween Edition

I must confess that Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year. That might sound strange to you, since I’m theCatholic Foodie. But Halloween is a Catholic feast day and celebration. Not only is All Hallow’s Eve the vigil of the Solemnity of All Saints, it also kicks off a month dedicated by the Church to remembering and praying for the dead. Perfect time of the year for it… Fall… as we prepare to enter the death of winter. For me Halloween carries with it so many memories from my childhood and adolescence. Good memories. I have Halloween and all the spooky otherworldly trappings that surround it to thank for instilling in me a deep understanding that there is something more to life than meets the eye. There is a mystery just beyond the veil of visible life. And this time of the year the veil seems to thin between the visible and invisible. So, see, not strange at all, right? Or is it? Today, on Halloween, I bring you a special Halloween edition ofThe Catholic Foodie Show. So g...

47 MIN2016 OCT 31
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Stranger Pilgrims: A Special Catholic Foodie Halloween Edition

Finding Peace through Catholic Mindfulness

Dr. Gregory Bottaroof theCatholic Psych Institutejoins me today to talk aboutCatholic Mindfulnessand a new introduction course that he has available atCatholicMindfulness.com. The full course title isIntroduction to Catholic Mindfulness: Learn how to get control of your mind by trusting God, letting go, and tuning in. I'm taking the course right now, and I am finding it immensely helpful! Do you find yourself frequently frazzled, anxious, worried? Do you try to trust in God but feel like you fail on a regular basis? Then this new Catholic Mindfulness course might just be for you.Listen to the Show Listen in to my conversation withDr. Gregory Bottaroof theCatholic Psych Instituteas he tells us what exactlyCatholic Mindfulnessis and more about the course that he has available. Full show notes can be found atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 OCT 13
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Finding Peace through Catholic Mindfulness

Sick Pilgrim: Out on a Limb

Jessica GriffithandJonathan Ryanare pilgrims.Sick pilgrims, to be exact. And they are on a mission to remind us all that we are pilgrims here on earth. A major part of their mission is to equip and rally together what they callservant artists, artists who draw back the veil of the Mystery through their work, which they perform in the service of the world. Jessica and Jonathan join mearound the tabletoday to talk aboutSick Pilgrim,Catholic Weird, Mystery and sacrament, October and ghost stories, and, of course,servant artists. This show in particular brought me great joy. I’m delighted to have had the opportunity to hang out with Jessica and Jonathan, and I hope we can do it again soon. [Hint. Hint.] Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

48 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Sick Pilgrim: Out on a Limb

Louisiana Cookin' Magazine's Chefs to Watch 2016

Exciting show today on location at Cavan restaurant on Magazine Street in New Orleans. Joining me around the table are two lovely ladies: Caitlin Watzke from Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and Chef Ruby Bloch from Cavan, Meauxbar, and Sylvain in New Orleans. Chef Ruby is one of the six Chefs to Watch this year. In 2002, Louisiana Cookin' introduced Chefs to Watch as a way of recognizing talented up-and-coming chefs from restaurants throughout the state who show passion for traditions while delivering fresh, new concepts. This year's event is the 15th installment, and it will be hosted by Marché in the French Quarter. Caitlin talks about Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and this year's 15th Annual Chefs to Watch event: a special six-course dinner on October 20, 2016 at 6:00 PM at Marché in the French Quarter. The courses will be prepared by this year's six Chefs to Watch, including Chef Ruby Bloch who will be serving a Sweet Potato Spice Cake. Chef Ruby talks food, cooking, creativity and in...

47 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Louisiana Cookin' Magazine's Chefs to Watch 2016

Fall Festivals, the Olive Mass, and Fr. Leo Patalinghug

OnThe Catholic Foodie Showtoday we talk fall festivals in and around New Orleans (including the inauguralFried Chicken Festival!) and the first-everOlive Massto celebrate food and bless the hands that make it.Fr. Leo Patalinghug(ofGrace Before Meals) drops in to talk about theOlive Massand the work ofThe Table Foundation. Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Fall Festivals, the Olive Mass, and Fr. Leo Patalinghug

#TacoTuesday, St. Martha and the Spice of Life

On today'sThe Catholic Foodie Show... it's #TacoTuesday! We talk tacos and I give yourecipe for fish tacos(and I tell you about the first time that I ever tried a fish taco!). I also share with youa reflection on St. Marthawho was a dear, dear friend of Jesus. Her feast day was last Friday, but she is going to encourage us today in our own friendship with Jesus and in our efforts to our best in our daily lives without losing our minds. All this and more right here onThe Catholic Foodie Show... where food meets faith!

47 MIN2016 AUG 2
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#TacoTuesday, St. Martha and the Spice of Life

Wash Day Wonders and Red Beans and Rice

In this episode ofThe Catholic Foodie ShowI announce the new daily show themes, and I explain what exactly I mean byWash Day Wonders. I share my recipe for the New Orleans classic dish ofRed Beans and Rice, give a shout out to my newly-minted Eagle Scout son Christopher, and reflect briefly on the amazing love that Jesus has for St. Martha. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show! Full Show notes available athttp://CatholicFoodie.com.

43 MIN2016 AUG 1
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Wash Day Wonders and Red Beans and Rice

Beach Food and Summer Vacations

On the show today: Beach food and summer vacations... including the need daily to carve out time for rest and relaxation. Trust in God, a "sound-seeing" trip to Joe Patti's Seafood, and beach recipes for Jalapeno Poppers and Boiled Shrimp also on the show. A Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there! Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 JUN 18
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Beach Food and Summer Vacations

Heather King –Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

Heather King– author ofParched,Redeemed,Stripped,Stumble,Shirt of Flame, andPoor Baby– joins me onThe Catholic Foodie Showtoday to talk about her latest bookLoaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough. Whether rich or poor, most of walk through our days wounded in the area of money and finances. We fear money. We fear not having enough money. We fear what would happen if we had too much money. We fear what people would think of us if they knew how much money we make and what we spend our money on. The way that we see and use money intimately affects the people in our lives. Most books about money are written to help you make more money. But what if more money isn't the answer? What if the real source of our fear is our relationship with money? InLoaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough, Heather King shares her own story of recovery around money. In doing so, she opens a door of opportunity for us... an opportunity to examine our own relationship to money and to open that rela...

47 MIN2016 MAY 19
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Heather King –Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

Katie Sciba: Finding God among the Pots and Pans... and Anxiety

Katie ScibafromTheCatholicWife.netjoins me today to talk about how Jesus is right here with us in the midst of the pot, pans, and anxiety. Jesus does not shun the grime and grit of our lives, of our hearts. Listen as Katie shares her story of finding God – of being found by God – in the midst of the ups and downs of family life. Full show notes can be found atCatholicFoodie.com.

-1 s2016 APR 21
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Katie Sciba: Finding God among the Pots and Pans... and Anxiety

Latest Episodes

Stranger Pilgrims: A Special Catholic Foodie Halloween Edition

I must confess that Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year. That might sound strange to you, since I’m theCatholic Foodie. But Halloween is a Catholic feast day and celebration. Not only is All Hallow’s Eve the vigil of the Solemnity of All Saints, it also kicks off a month dedicated by the Church to remembering and praying for the dead. Perfect time of the year for it… Fall… as we prepare to enter the death of winter. For me Halloween carries with it so many memories from my childhood and adolescence. Good memories. I have Halloween and all the spooky otherworldly trappings that surround it to thank for instilling in me a deep understanding that there is something more to life than meets the eye. There is a mystery just beyond the veil of visible life. And this time of the year the veil seems to thin between the visible and invisible. So, see, not strange at all, right? Or is it? Today, on Halloween, I bring you a special Halloween edition ofThe Catholic Foodie Show. So g...

47 MIN2016 OCT 31
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Stranger Pilgrims: A Special Catholic Foodie Halloween Edition

Finding Peace through Catholic Mindfulness

Dr. Gregory Bottaroof theCatholic Psych Institutejoins me today to talk aboutCatholic Mindfulnessand a new introduction course that he has available atCatholicMindfulness.com. The full course title isIntroduction to Catholic Mindfulness: Learn how to get control of your mind by trusting God, letting go, and tuning in. I'm taking the course right now, and I am finding it immensely helpful! Do you find yourself frequently frazzled, anxious, worried? Do you try to trust in God but feel like you fail on a regular basis? Then this new Catholic Mindfulness course might just be for you.Listen to the Show Listen in to my conversation withDr. Gregory Bottaroof theCatholic Psych Instituteas he tells us what exactlyCatholic Mindfulnessis and more about the course that he has available. Full show notes can be found atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 OCT 13
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Finding Peace through Catholic Mindfulness

Sick Pilgrim: Out on a Limb

Jessica GriffithandJonathan Ryanare pilgrims.Sick pilgrims, to be exact. And they are on a mission to remind us all that we are pilgrims here on earth. A major part of their mission is to equip and rally together what they callservant artists, artists who draw back the veil of the Mystery through their work, which they perform in the service of the world. Jessica and Jonathan join mearound the tabletoday to talk aboutSick Pilgrim,Catholic Weird, Mystery and sacrament, October and ghost stories, and, of course,servant artists. This show in particular brought me great joy. I’m delighted to have had the opportunity to hang out with Jessica and Jonathan, and I hope we can do it again soon. [Hint. Hint.] Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

48 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Sick Pilgrim: Out on a Limb

Louisiana Cookin' Magazine's Chefs to Watch 2016

Exciting show today on location at Cavan restaurant on Magazine Street in New Orleans. Joining me around the table are two lovely ladies: Caitlin Watzke from Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and Chef Ruby Bloch from Cavan, Meauxbar, and Sylvain in New Orleans. Chef Ruby is one of the six Chefs to Watch this year. In 2002, Louisiana Cookin' introduced Chefs to Watch as a way of recognizing talented up-and-coming chefs from restaurants throughout the state who show passion for traditions while delivering fresh, new concepts. This year's event is the 15th installment, and it will be hosted by Marché in the French Quarter. Caitlin talks about Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and this year's 15th Annual Chefs to Watch event: a special six-course dinner on October 20, 2016 at 6:00 PM at Marché in the French Quarter. The courses will be prepared by this year's six Chefs to Watch, including Chef Ruby Bloch who will be serving a Sweet Potato Spice Cake. Chef Ruby talks food, cooking, creativity and in...

47 MIN2016 OCT 7
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Louisiana Cookin' Magazine's Chefs to Watch 2016

Fall Festivals, the Olive Mass, and Fr. Leo Patalinghug

OnThe Catholic Foodie Showtoday we talk fall festivals in and around New Orleans (including the inauguralFried Chicken Festival!) and the first-everOlive Massto celebrate food and bless the hands that make it.Fr. Leo Patalinghug(ofGrace Before Meals) drops in to talk about theOlive Massand the work ofThe Table Foundation. Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 SEP 23
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Fall Festivals, the Olive Mass, and Fr. Leo Patalinghug

#TacoTuesday, St. Martha and the Spice of Life

On today'sThe Catholic Foodie Show... it's #TacoTuesday! We talk tacos and I give yourecipe for fish tacos(and I tell you about the first time that I ever tried a fish taco!). I also share with youa reflection on St. Marthawho was a dear, dear friend of Jesus. Her feast day was last Friday, but she is going to encourage us today in our own friendship with Jesus and in our efforts to our best in our daily lives without losing our minds. All this and more right here onThe Catholic Foodie Show... where food meets faith!

47 MIN2016 AUG 2
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#TacoTuesday, St. Martha and the Spice of Life

Wash Day Wonders and Red Beans and Rice

In this episode ofThe Catholic Foodie ShowI announce the new daily show themes, and I explain what exactly I mean byWash Day Wonders. I share my recipe for the New Orleans classic dish ofRed Beans and Rice, give a shout out to my newly-minted Eagle Scout son Christopher, and reflect briefly on the amazing love that Jesus has for St. Martha. All this and more on The Catholic Foodie Show! Full Show notes available athttp://CatholicFoodie.com.

43 MIN2016 AUG 1
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Wash Day Wonders and Red Beans and Rice

Beach Food and Summer Vacations

On the show today: Beach food and summer vacations... including the need daily to carve out time for rest and relaxation. Trust in God, a "sound-seeing" trip to Joe Patti's Seafood, and beach recipes for Jalapeno Poppers and Boiled Shrimp also on the show. A Happy Father's Day to all you dads out there! Full show notes available atCatholicFoodie.com.

47 MIN2016 JUN 18
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Beach Food and Summer Vacations

Heather King –Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

Heather King– author ofParched,Redeemed,Stripped,Stumble,Shirt of Flame, andPoor Baby– joins me onThe Catholic Foodie Showtoday to talk about her latest bookLoaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough. Whether rich or poor, most of walk through our days wounded in the area of money and finances. We fear money. We fear not having enough money. We fear what would happen if we had too much money. We fear what people would think of us if they knew how much money we make and what we spend our money on. The way that we see and use money intimately affects the people in our lives. Most books about money are written to help you make more money. But what if more money isn't the answer? What if the real source of our fear is our relationship with money? InLoaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough, Heather King shares her own story of recovery around money. In doing so, she opens a door of opportunity for us... an opportunity to examine our own relationship to money and to open that rela...

47 MIN2016 MAY 19
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Heather King –Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

Katie Sciba: Finding God among the Pots and Pans... and Anxiety

Katie ScibafromTheCatholicWife.netjoins me today to talk about how Jesus is right here with us in the midst of the pot, pans, and anxiety. Jesus does not shun the grime and grit of our lives, of our hearts. Listen as Katie shares her story of finding God – of being found by God – in the midst of the ups and downs of family life. Full show notes can be found atCatholicFoodie.com.

-1 s2016 APR 21
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Katie Sciba: Finding God among the Pots and Pans... and Anxiety