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Divine providence was on Flay’s mind as he was driving to challenge the priest. “We’re going up against Father Leo,” he said. “As a former altar boy, I’m not so sure this is a good idea.”

During the challenge, Father Patalinghug shared some insights into his culinary skills. “Do you know who taught me how to cut?” he asked Flay. “Mother Teresa. When I was a seminarian, I’d go to the soup kitchens, and Mother Teresa said, ‘Okay, Brother, your job is to cut vegetables.’”

Fr. Leo & Bobby Flay [ncregister.com]

Oh, after thought here, you can get his emails, Fr. Leo's that - Grace before Meals - is here "Fr. Leo Patalinghug" <info@gracebeforemeals.com>

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YES! YES! YEEEESSSSS!!!! IN YOUR FACE, FLAY! FR. PATALINGHUG, YOU DA FAJITA MAN! YEAH! FUSION FAJITAS! FUSION FAJITAS! FUSION FAJ...(ahh,Sorry about that. I always get a little carried away by fajita competition.) ;-P

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You'd never think that they go together,
but they certainly do;
the combination of English muffins
and Irish stew!

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Mabuhay ang Pilipino!!! :-D


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I think that is akin to sacralige no? wink
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Originally Posted by Dan Hartshorn
YES! YES! YEEEESSSSS!!!! IN YOUR FACE, FLAY! FR. PATALINGHUG, YOU DA FAJITA MAN! YEAH! FUSION FAJITAS! FUSION FAJITAS! FUSION FAJ...(ahh,Sorry about that. I always get a little carried away by fajita competition.) ;-P

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Father Patalinghug works at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, MD. There was an article about the cook off in the Archdiocese of Baltimore's newspaper, the Catholic Review.

http://www.catholicreview.org/subpages/storyarchnew.aspx?action=6765

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The challenge came in the form of an ambush.

Father Patalinghug, director of pastoral field education at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Emmitsburg, had been invited to film a cooking segment for the Food Network based on “Grace Before Meals,” his popular cooking show that airs on the Internet and a Boston-based Catholic television station.

While Father Patalinghug was preparing a steak “fusion fajita” during a June 8 taping at the seminary, he noticed that his 100-member audience started “rustling around” and got unusually excited while he was talking about ginger and the dry ingredients for his marinade.

“I glanced up and the producer pointed to Bobby Flay,” said Father Patalinghug, a self-described “huge fan” of Flay and his fusion style of cooking.

“There he was standing with his arms crossed and nodding approvingly,” the priest said. “It shocked me and I said something like, “Oh good Jesus! What the heaven are you doing here?’”

The master chef threw down the cooking challenge to see who could produce the best fajita.

“It was so surreal,” Father Patalinghug said with a laugh. “I think my hands were shaking – which was bad because I had to cut onions next. I said something like, ‘With God as my witness, I’m not afraid of you!’”

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“It was so surreal,” Father Patalinghug said with a laugh. “I think my hands were shaking – which was bad because I had to cut onions next. I said something like, ‘With God as my witness, I’m not afraid of you!’”

Isn't that an awesome commentary on how we are to approach all of life.


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