Mason Wartman from Rosa’s Fresh Pizza in Philadelphia, visited Monsignor Jamie’s kitchen to cook apple and sage stuffed pork chops. They talk […]
Before the Lenten season begins, Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello brings you a Madri Gras special! Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio joins Msgr. Jamie in the kitchen for the first time, to cook a traditional Italian dish called Souten Boka. They talk about their roads to the priesthood, as well as the importance of vocations.
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Today, Monsignor Jamie visits Di Palo’s Fine Foods, the long running market that has been family owed and operated since the 1900s. […]
Monsignor Jamie is welcomed into the home of the Gounardes Family, where he experiences the large family’s faith and culture. Later, Steve […]
Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello visits Luzzos BK Pizzeria in Brooklyn Heights, where there is a taste of Italy in every bite. He speaks […]
This year’s Breaking Bread Christmas Special features Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello giving back to the community. This time, Msgr. cooks up some great […]
Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello and new co-host Johanna Botta sit down with people from various walks of life for a meal in the […]
We have a Thanksgiving Special as Monsignor Jamie is joined in the kitchen with two guests! First up is Rachel, Msgr. Jamie’s […]
On this episode of Breaking Bread, Monsignor Jamie and Johanna head to Downtown Brooklyn for some New American Cuisine at Benchmark Restaurant. […]
This week on Breaking Bread follow Monsignor Jamie and Johanna as they visit Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral in downtown Brooklyn. They […]
Flushing is the second largest Chinatown in NYC. That’s where host Johanna Botta finds the most authentic Chinese tea. Monsignor Jamie joins […]