A Walk Through The Bible In One Year
Week 11 reading plan per day
Click on the colored link to read each day’s scripture.
Monday Joshua 1-4. Tues Joshua 5-8, Wed Joshua 9-12,
Thursday Joshua 13-16, Friday Joshua 17-20,
Saturday Joshua 21-22, Sunday Joshua 23-24
Are you walking through the Bible with me this year? If so, I am quite certain you are finding this weeks reading intriguing. What a woman of faith Rahab must of been! As we discovered this week Joshua spared Rahab the prostitute, with her family and all who belonged to her, because she hid the men Joshua had sent as spies to Jericho–and she and her family then lived among the Israelites. I am regularly encouraged by the men and women of faith who have gone before me and I hope you are too!
Do you just love coconut? I have found that coconut is one of those foods that you either really, really like or you don’t want it to touch anything you plan on eating! As it turns out my family loves coconut and my sister-in-law, Liz, is known for her delicious Sour Cream Coconut Cake. It is a family holiday tradition for her to make this cake. This Easter she was out-of-town and when discussing Easter dinner, my chief culinary consultant (and SCC Cake fan) said, “what about the sour cream coconut cake?” Knowing that Liz was going to be gone I was way ahead of the Chief and besides — I have a new cupcake corer …. Did I mention this very cool new addition to my kitchen? Okay, maybe I have mentioned it recently, but I really love biting into a luscious cupcake only to be speechlessly surprised when a fabulous chocolate mousse or a creamy sour cream and frozen coconut filling oozes out!
One of the best parts of this cake recipe is that it can be made up to 7 days in advance, wrapped in plastic or Tupperware and for every day it spends in the refrigerator the flavor just gets better and better. Technically the sour cream filling goes between the layers of the cake. But these days, in my kitchen, the sour cream filling goes into the middle of the cupcakes!
I made the cupcakes on Wednesday before Easter and quite honestly I couldn’t wait to taste them and see how the “filling” turned out in the middle of the cupcakes. As it was – the cupcakes are so adorable and definitely live up to their sister cakes reputation! Cupcakes are so easy to transport and don’t necessarily need the plate and fork like cake does. A good napkin and you are ready to serve. If you are looking for just the right combination in a coconut cake recipe, this one won’t disappoint.
Need a cupcake corer? Click on the Amazon link just to the right of this blog post!