Walking Through the Bible in One Year —
Bringing the Story to Life
Week 4 reading plan per day:
Monday (Exodus 13-15) Tuesday (Ex. 16-18)
Wednesday (Ex. 19-21) Thursday (Exodus 22-24)
Friday (Ex. 25-27) Saturday (Ex. 28-29)
Sunday (Ex. 30-32)
It’s Thursday already! Thank you for all the great emails and comments about the Chocolate Truffle Tartlets. They were so fun to make, and I can’t wait for the next Tuesdays With Dorie recipe! I started the week blogging a really great soup recipe, Creamy Tomato Basil. And then – Tuesdays With Dorie Chocolate Truffle Tartlets — these beauties speak for themselves! Surfing around the internet I came across Manu’s Menu and this awesome picture. This traditional Italian sweet: tortelli di Carnevale, are fluffy fried “puffs” coated in sugar. I can only imagine they are melt-in-your-mouth!
And speaking of awesome pictures how about this one, it is easy on the eyes and has my taste buds aching for a little lemon curd. Oh my! Thank you Tracey at Tracy’s Culinary Adventures!
Meyer Lemon Shortcakes with Meyer Curd
Okay, enough sugar dreaming for me and now on to something I will actually make for dinner 🙂 It seems a bit anti-climatic but I really want to share a great recipe that I made for my family and for a neighbor’s family. Vegetarian Rice Casserole. Simple ingredients, simple idea, but when combined this is such a tasty dish whether alongside meat, chicken or fish! I started out with brown rice, well cooked in some vegetable broth — or chicken broth works well too.
Then broccoli was lightly steamed and added to some mushrooms. I used canned mushrooms but you can use either fresh or canned.
Adding chunky pieces of Velveta cheese is fast and easy.
After a little mixing, a little bit of baking and this delicious side dish is ready to grace your table! Bon Appetite’!