Hi. I have not fallen off the face of the planet. I have been spending every spare minute working on the E-Book I was telling you about last week and am just putting the finishing touches on it. It will include 11 delicious Tanzanian-inspired recipes with color photos and it will be available for download [...]
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I kid you not…the following recipes are probably the best recipes I have on this blog and you must make them immediately while there is still snow on the ground. I have a major weakness for brownie sundaes, so I’ll warn you that I might come across as overly excited about this subject. Major weakness. [...]
Here it is…my Christmas cookie repertoire. The list is small, but mighty. Only four of mine and my family’s all-time favorites. This quartet has it all, though. A little chocolate, a little ginger, a little butter and even a fluffy little marshmallow.
***Updated 7/13/10: We taught this class tonight to a great group of women from Cruise Holidays and thought it would be good to revisit these recipes as we are now fully emerged into Farmer’s Market season. Hope you are enjoying it as much as I am!! I am pretty sure that this is my favorite night of the 6 [...]
Happy 4th of July! We woke up this morning at my mom’s house and I made a festive and light breakfast. I’m still on a Kamut, blueberry, and pecan bender so I made some delicious blueberry coffee cake muffins along with a tasty coconut milk and strawberry drink. I am so surprised at how filling [...]
home: \hōm\ noun. (1) A place where one lives; a residence. (2) A dwelling place together with the family or social unit that occupies it; a household. (3) The place where something is discovered, founded, developed, or promoted; a source. (4) A familiar or usual setting. Uses: a. I am glad to be home. b. My home [...]
Tomorrow morning I, along with seven others from Living Water Christian Church, am heading down to Americus, GA, specifically to Koinonia Farms. Koinonia Farms is a rural Christian community founded in 1942 and is the birthplace of Habitat for Humanity, as well as, many other peacemaking, social justice organizations. Rich in history (particularly around the Civil Rights era) and [...]
If you can turn on your blender then you can make homemade nut milk. I learned this several months ago when I finally decided to try it for myself. Right off the bat I will say that a high powered blender makes better nut milk (i.e. Vita-Mix or BlendTec); however, I made it for a [...]
Our Bible study group held a Passover Seder dinner last night, in lieu of our normal reading/discussion. We have been meeting for the past eight months now, every Tuesday evening, and are dangerously close to making it through the entire New and Old Testaments. We have talked in great length about the Exile and the Last [...]
At the risk of never being invited to another social event that includes food again, I am going to confess that I am a bit particular about what I eat. People who know me well (or not so well) know this about me. It seems like any discussion around the food being served is either [...]