Don’t let the “yeast” part of these rolls intimidate you or stop you from making them. They are very straightforward, easy steps and the flavor is better than any other yeast roll that I have made. The milk, sugar, and cornmeal cook together to make a lovely mixture that is actually quite tasty on its own! Yes, I did give it a try! I prefer to taste as I cook!Forty … [Read more...] about The BEST Cornmeal Yeast Rolls Recipe
Updated: September 24, 2018, Since writing this blog post it has generated several comments from folks who know more about mushrooms than I. The good news is that this Hen of the Woods soup recipe tastes great with either mushroom! Pictures have also been updated.Recently friends gave us some beautiful Maitake mushrooms. Maitake mushrooms (Grifola frondosa) - also … [Read more...] about Hen of the Woods Cream of Mushroom Maitake Soup
Have you ever heard of scripture cake? What in the world is it? Is it only for Christians? Today, we are going to answer all these questions and share one of the best scripture cake recipes that I've ever tasted.What is scripture cake? Scripture cake is also known as "Bible Cake", "Scriptural Cake" and "Old Testament Cake" and was extremely popular in the latter part of … [Read more...] about Scripture Cake
Growing up in Nebraska, homemade chicken and noodles was a favorite meal of mine. My sous-chef dish-washing mother would buy a whole . At that time, there was no such thing as fresh deli rotisserie chicken, like we can buy now in most grocery stores, Sam's or Costco.I remember when mom would open that can and dump out the gelatinous goop of meat and bones. She would … [Read more...] about Easy (and Delicious) Homemade Chicken and Noodles
I am back at my desk after some fun in the sun down south. No matter how great a vacation is, coming home to one's own bed is wonderful! I try to be content wherever I happen to be, but I absolutely love being home. Do you find you are most settled at home? I think there is a blessing and peace that comes from being surrounded by our own environment, our own smells, and even … [Read more...] about DIY Sea Salt Scrub
Many years ago my sous-chef dish-washing mom used a recipe for simple freezer corn that makes all other recipes not even worth the time it takes to work the corn!Each summer friends and family contact mom for this recipe. I apologize it has taken me so long to share it with you.Our Chief gardener tills the garden, plants the seeds, waters, fertilizes, sprays … [Read more...] about Alice’s Freezer Corn
How many times do you have to read the same story in the Bible in order to remember it, learn from it, and write it on your heart? For me, I have spent a lifetime reading the inspired Word of God. And no matter how many times I may read about the men and women God chose to use to teach me about my life, I always learn something new when I re-read a story.However, when … [Read more...] about Less Than Perfect by Ann Spangler: Book Review
My house needs to be cleaned. But, I decided to start in my office and ended up reminiscing through my stack of recipes! I have this pile of recipes that fall into the category of:make again and take pictures or take better pictures make again because we love it ❤ loved it - blog it or this may be a blog-worthy recipe, give it a try!Today as I was sorting … [Read more...] about Easy Warm Taco Slaw Recipe
Former Community Bible Study Executive Director, Camila Seabolt, is known for saying, "When you are walking with the Lord, change is always in your favor."Her words have resonated with me through the years and I have come to fully believe and understand the truth of never fearing change when the Lord is with me.Just the other day a friend reminded me that often times we … [Read more...] about Don’t Hit That Delete Button!
Seven years ago on June 4, 2011, I wrote my first blog post. As blog posts go it was fairly pathetic! I didn't have a picture of the Asian Slaw but I was so anxious to get a post written I didn't care. Sometime later I corrected my photo mistake and added a picture and the recipe. But here we are seven years later. 7 years 749 blog posts 1,720 subscribers Seven is one of … [Read more...] about Stop Blogging, Start Writing
Today's blog post is written by our guest Tony Patterson. Tony is a formally trained award-winning commercial / fine art photographer. His work has been on display in the Tennessee State Museum, featured in print publications, utilized in website editorials, and displayed in various exhibits. Most recently his work was on display at the Nashville International … [Read more...] about Struggle
October 2017. It started out a typical fall Sunday. Typical in that the weather was beautiful, cool, crisp, with the leaves turning glorious shades of orange, gold, and red. The unusual part of the day began with a visit to a church about 25 miles from our home. My friend attends church at The Rock and suggested we come for a visit.The morning worship was inspiring and the … [Read more...] about 10 Days In The Land of Jesus, Day 1 and 2!
Sometimes I just make myself so mad! I made this luscious, creamy, sweet and tart pie in March when our friends Maribeth and John came to dinner. (Note: St. Patrick's Day celebration tablecloth!) But did I take time to share it with you? 😳 Uh, no. Fast forward 2 months. I can blame my sharing error on a fast and furious spring -- but I'll bet you can say the same … [Read more...] about No Bake Layered Lemon Pie
Am I the only cook on the planet who hasn't heard of Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole? Apparently, when it comes to church food Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole has been a hit for a long, long time! My friend, Lila, made this casserole for a Community Bible Study fellowship lunch this spring. At first, I thought I must have just been really, really, hungry because I couldn't get … [Read more...] about Poppy Seed Chicken Casserole
Hi! I am just stopping by for a quick second to share this guest post I did for Christian Camp Pro! Link: What's For Dinner??This is a blog post about food planning for a reunion, retreat, or even a party in your home. Just some practical tips and some of my favorite recipes we have served at our family reunion!What a blessing it was to join Old … [Read more...] about Guest Post For Christian Camp Pro!