As some of you are aware, I am pursuing my second graduate degree, this one in the education of adolescent literacy. I am nearing the end and am in final research phase. As such, I am running ragged, pulling hairs, rocking in corners, etc., in my “free” time, and while researching. I promise I […]
My wife and I are entering our third week of our Daniel fast, which began on August 4th, and it has been a rough ride. I admit that I went off the fast one day, using the excuse that my nephew was over helping me out, to cover for my taking him to breakfast for […]
Okay, yesterday, we roasted vegetables and made an awesome veggie broth from those vegetables. (As Anne Burrel says, “Brown food tastes good!”) I promised you that I would post a vegetarian chili recipe to give those vegetables one more life, and here I am to deliver on that promise! So, at this point, you should […]
The first chapter of the book of Daniel tells the tale of Daniel and his three friends, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, along with many young men of noble birth from the sons of Israel and Babylon, selected to serve before Babylonian king, Nebuchannezar. The young men, selected for their looks and wisdom, were to be […]
The key to Asian cooking is to have all your vegetables prepped . This is the key to making everything quick, in most cases. This is not one of those times, as you have to wrap the wontons. This is good for soup, which will follow in a week, or fried. My recipe is for […]
I know it has been some time since my last post. Life has suddenly gotten much more complicated and busy, both of which are good things because I needed to get busy and face complication. Haha, really. The Word of God says, in the first chapter of James’ epistle: 2 My brethren, count it all joy […]
While working on the ultimate fried chicken recipe, we received a generous donation of 30 pounds of chicken breasts for our Tuesday night Party for the Hungry in Stroudsburg. Isn’t God good? This gave me the amazing opportunity to tweak the recipe. While this is a chicken tender recipe, it may actually work well for […]
It never seems to end, does it? Just when you think you have a firm grasp of everything, be if for good or bad, something else comes along, the sole-purpose of which is to underscore just how little a grasp you actually have. It’s like you finally get that moment of peace, and the universe […]
My coconut shrimp recipe is featured on the Easter edition of Foodie Friends Friday Link Party!!! Thanks to all who made this possible.
I entered my coconut shrimp recipe on foodiefriendsfriday.com. Please vote for me. Thank you to the hosts for inviting me.