Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Week 13 reading plan per day
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday 1 Samuel 1-4, Tues 1 Samuel 5-10, Wed 1 Samuel 11-14,
Thursday 1 Samuel 15-17, Friday 1 Samuel 18-21,
Saturday Samuel 22-25, Sunday 1 Samuel 26-31
Blessings as you read!
Last week I told you a bit about being “hen and chick” challenged through the years. I really enjoy watching my little garden multiply and I hope you like these pictures too. A big shout-out thank you to Carmen at Baking is my Zen for showing me how to put together pictures in a collage like this. Carmen has a wonderful website filled with beautiful food pictures and recipes! If you want to jazz up your digital pictures, check out the free software at Big Huge Labs. It is easy and lots of fun. Speaking of pictures — last week Mary at Deep South Dish had the audacity to post a recipe for Lemon Ice Box Pie. As if the whole LEMON and then ICEBOX followed by PIE wasn’t enough to get my attention she followed it up with this:
Wowza! I can see the creaminess of this pie with my eyes and my taste buds are really aching to taste the sweet and tart. I love Lemon Icebox Pie and I really like it after it has been in the freezer for a bit, kinda half frozen – half creamy. The old-timey (southern slang for “original”) version of lemon icebox pie used raw egg yolks in the filling. I prefer eggs that are cooked, so this version sans the raw eggs is perfect for me! I have been blabbering on about this recipe since last week when I first saw her post. Last night my chief culinary consultant and sous-chef dish-washing mom said “enough talk — make it!” So I did.
I made a graham cracker crust in a 9″ pie plate. Zested some lemons. Oh how I love my microplaner … what did I ever do without it? Mary suggests a packet of Lemonade Koolaid in her recipe. I have Tang on hand – from Mom’s Fruit Salad! So, I added 1 tablespoon of Tang to my mixture and after tasting the end result, I won’t make it again without Tang. The tangy flavor (sorry, couldn’t pass up the pun) blends so well with the lemons and sweetened condensed milk the result is a perfectly sweet and tart mixture. The Nilla wafers add a tasty and finished look to the pie.
Once everything is mixed and in the pie crust you have a couple of choices. Into the freezer for about two hours and the pie will be set, creamy and only slightly frozen. This is how my chief culinary consultant likes to eat his Lemon Icebox Pie.
But for me, there is only one way to eat Lemon Icebox Pie … and that is after it has been in the freezer for 8 to 24 hours. I love biting into the tangy frozen mixture and tasting the sweet and tart and very cold pie!
After waiting 24 hours for the perfectly frozen dessert I was half-way through before I remembered …. THE PICTURE !!! Summer’s coming- keep this one close at hand!