Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Week 18 reading plan 1 Chronicles 27 – 2 Chronicles 29
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday 1 Chronicles 27-29 , Tues 2 Chronicles 1-5,
Wed 2 Chronicles 6-9, Thursday 2 Chronicles 10-15,
Friday 2 Chronicles 16-20,
Saturday 2 Chronicles 21-25,
Sunday 2 Chronicles 26-29
Blessings as you read!
After my recent post for the ultimate comfort food, Macaroni and Cheese, Sandy wrote and said, “Your mac and cheese recipe reminded me of a recipe that’s on my bucket list — Patti Labelle’s Macaroni and Cheese. If you’ve not seen it before, Google it. Calls for 2+ cups of half and half, and 3 or 4 different cheeses. My-oh-my — my mouth waters just THINKING about it!“ Sandy knows me well and she won’t be surprised to know it only took me seconds to look up Patti’s mac ‘n cheese recipe. I have it on my “make it soon” list even though we will have to eat salads for a week before and a week after If you can’t wait for me to lower my cholesterol first, check out her recipe HERE. Thanks Sandy!
Soon we will be attending our bi-annual family reunion. I will have hours upon hours of play time with my grandchildren and my children I absolutely can’t wait. So this week I started doing what all good Grandmothers do when they are going to spend time with their grandchildren … bake cookies~!!! I solicited help from Great Grandma (previously known to you as my sous-chef, dish-washing mom) and she got right to work.
On Mother’s Day, Carmen from Baking is my Zen, made Big and Chewy Oatmeal Cranberry Cookies for her mother. One look and I knew I would be taking her recipe for a test drive. As is so typical in the world of recipes, Carmen got the recipe from Norah’s Menus and Recipes. She then tweaked it to suit her taste. I liked the idea of Craisins in the recipe but added some raisins too! Since the cookies are going to the family reunion we left out the nuts because we have plenty in the family. Oops, I mean we have family who can’t eat nuts.
I try to refrigerate my cookie dough overnight before baking. HERE are a couple of reasons why. Thank you Carmen – this is definitely a keeper recipe! We used a medium-size cookie scoop (not as big as an ice cream scoop), baked them for 20 minutes and the result was a nicely crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside perfectly size cookie.
Many Blessings and Happy Baking!