A Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Bringing the Story to Life
Week 9 reading plan per day:
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday (Deuteronomy 1) Tuesday (Deuteronomy 2 )
Wednesday (Deuteronomy 3-4) Thursday (Deuteronomy 5-7)
Friday (Deuteronomy 8-10) Saturday (Deuteronomy 11-13)
Sunday (Deuteronomy 14-16)
Tomorrow begins week 9 of my walk through the Bible in a year. I hope you are reading along with me. If not, it isn’t too late to start. Just click on the WORD POWER tab and start with week one. Each days reading takes 15 minutes or less and the blessing of accomplishment is quite remarkable.
I have tried several times to post pictures of pancakes and I am never happy with them. The pictures never look as good as the pancakes taste! I love making pancakes as a treat for my family and I especially like trying different recipes with various flavors and textures. Since the three of us in our household are routinely trying not to gain weight we don’t eat pancakes nearly as often as we would like to. So it was a special treat when I recently made Multigrain Blueberry pancakes. It was a breakfast supper. Along with the pancakes we fried up some sweet potatoes, basted a couple eggs, and I threw in some leftover cheese grits. As I was putting the pancakes on the table my eyes looked over the plate and I thought, “wow, these would make a great picture!” Stop the supper, hold the fork, get the camera! I had two sets of eager looking eyes peering at me and all I could say was, “just one picture, please?”
For all the lame pictures I have of pancakes I hope this one picture conveys to you that this recipe is awesome. I started with a cup of all-purpose flour adding whole wheat, cornmeal and some oats. To this I added some baking powder, baking soda (of course), buttermilk (because I always use buttermilk instead of regular milk), a handful of recently purchased new crop pecans direct from Georgia and some fresh frozen blueberries from last year’s garden bounty.
In the end these cakes are light and fluffy, slightly nutty, and popping with blueberries! My chief culinary consultant and my sous-chef dish washer were so happy to eat the pancakes they even forgave me for taking a picture (or two).