Here’s the menu for my family for the week of August 16th. This is Gregg’s last week home and Kaylee’s first full week of school. As far as desserts go, I’m making Household6Diva’s Rosetta Apple Pie and a batch or 2 of cookies.Pin It
Month: August 2010
Finally, in 1953 and after nearly 40 years, Joseph Weiner and Kenneth Oakley applied the recently developed fluorine test to the bones—and found that Piltdown Man was a complete hoax. Someone had intentionally taken an ape jaw and combined it with a fragment of human skull bone, filed the teeth somewhat, and then carefully stained the entire “specimen” so that the bones looked both ancient and appeared to be a matching set.Pin It
In order for these thousands of walkers to make it from opening ceremonies through three days of walking to closing ceremonies, they need a little help. That’s where the volunteer crew comes in. Hallee and I met as part of that crew, which means we were up at 3:30 in the morning and working throughout the day and in some cases into the night doing a large assortment of odd jobs. It’s a rough gig, but I’m always honored to join in.Pin It
My friend Shannon is doing a fundraiser for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. She graciously agreed to do a guest post on my blog that included this recipe. It is a delicious, garden fresh recipe that includes pasta from Fun Pasta.Pin It
When God said, ” It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him,” (Genesis 2:18) there are two Hebrew words that could have been used for “not good.” One is ‘ên tôb, which means that something is lacking. As in, this coffee is lacking cinnamon, or these mashed potatoes are lacking salt. The other is lõ’tôb, which means positively bad. As in, it is positively bad that man is alone, so I will make for him a helper.
Don’t let the lack of a large kitchen and gadgets and appliances keep you from cooking, from creating, from enjoying the beauty of food that God has provided. Just cook. The freshest, best ingredients will make up for a lot of lack of other things.
We are still out of town, still in a hotel with a 2-burner stove, a microwave, 1 large pot, and 1 large frying pan. We do have access to a grill, so we’ve been trying to use that to cook the meat as much as possible. Breakfasts are provided by the hotel.
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of August 9th. As far as desserts go, we have store-bought ice cream and Fresh Bakery bakery pound cake.Pin It
A recent comment made it clear to me that I had not covered my reasons for calling Darwinism a religion in enough detail. I will recap those reasons here, for the record, and then continue the series of “Pious Frauds” committed by the Darwinian faithful.Pin It