After hearing all the raves about Donald Link’s Cochon and Cochon Butcher in New Orleans (even from the likes of Alton Brown!), I finally went to Butcher with my wife on Monday night. Click here to see my review… in photos: http://catholicfoodie.com/dinner-at-cochon-butcher-in-new-orleans-in-photos
Creamed Spinach - The perfect Thanksgiving side to accompany your turkey! One of our family "food traditions" is to prepare this creamed spinach for certain holiday celebrations, particularly Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter. Click here to see the full recipe: http://catholicfoodie.com/creamed-spinach-thanksgiving-sides
Blackened Tilapia Poboy with baby Arugula, marinated sundried tomatoes and Remoulade sauce - King Creole Food Truck Brings Cajun and Creole Cuisine to Burlington, NC – The name "King Creole" actually comes from a movie starring Elvis Presley that was released in 1958. And, for Micah, the name represents "Louisiana food." Learn more about Micah’s food truck experience by clicking this link: http://catholicfoodie.com/king-creole-food-truck-brings-cajun-and-creole-cuisine-to-burlington-nc
This past Monday, my co-host David Dawson and I had the pleasure of pre-recording the Around The Table radio show in the test kitchen of Emeril's Homebase. Susan Ford, the publisher of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture Magazine, organized it all. This photo shoot was for the upcoming holiday issue of the magazine, which spans Thanksgiving and Christmas. The recipes in this issue alone will top 70. That is simply amazing.
Lenten Fasting and Fuss - Lent and Fasting. We catholics of the 21st century have it easy. Especially here in south Louisiana where fresh seafood is plentiful. But it used to not be that way. Click here to find out more: http://catholicfoodie.com/lenten-fasting-and-fuss