Around the Table with the Catholic Foodie: Middle Eastern Cuisine Paperback – November 21, 2014
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"Jeff Young's Catholic Foodie apostolate remains one of my favorite resources for nurturing and encouraging Catholic families. As a frequent listener to Jeff's show and someone who has had the opportunity to work in partnership with Jeff, I've seen firsthand the impact of his work on individuals and families. This cookbook provides yet another facet to his service on behalf of the Church and families. I can't wait to share it with our CatholicMom.com family and to see the impact it will have on individuals and families." - Lisa Hendey, Founder of CatholicMom.com, speaker & author
"The combination of a spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy Land with recipes from many of the local areas visited is a rare treat in a cookbook. It provides double flavor: spiritual food and tasty dishes." - Bishop Sam Jacobs, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux
"Jeff Young preaches the gospel of food and faith and how family meals are such a big part of our lives. He is adept at showing how the connection between food and faith inspires us to experience God and family in a deeper way." - Marcelle Bienvenu, Author of Who's Your Mama, Are You Catholic, and Can You Make a Roux?
"Jeff understands the trifecta of food, family, and friends. He uses his own family's experiences to encourage people to share the gift of preparing and eating a meal together - and then to cherish the bonds that are developed in this, the heart of our homes. His recipes feature fresh, seasonal ingredients, and there is something for the novice cook and the experienced culinarian alike." - Susan Ford, Publisher of Louisiana Kitchen & Culture Magazine
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It reads like a travel log through the Middle East.
I've cooked 26 recipes and many of those frequent our daily menu, Israeli salad has become my favorite breakfast.
From Mutabal to Baked Fish Kebbeh and the sweet dessert Knafeh they have enriched our daily table.
The recipes are well written for all cooks and all faiths and include helpful tips and travel memories.
So take a trip through culture and food and explore this well written, beautifully photographed book by Jeff Young The Catholic Foodie.
Just ordered 4 for friends and family.