Monthly Archives: August 2009

Chicken tacos with corn relish

Now this is all my own recipe, cobbled together because I had some corn on the cob that needed using, and 1/2 a red pepper and some cilantro fixin’ to wilt. Served up in yellow corn taco shells with a … Continue reading

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Is Church making me sick?

I said in my last post, I love church, I love the liturgy and the comfort of familiar music, I even (believe it or not) kind of enjoy the whole getting ready process, making sure the clothes are clean and … Continue reading

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Church Stinks, but other than that, it’s great!

We went to church today. Yesterday, I made up my mind that we would, and we did. Just like that. Earlier in the week #4 asked me why we didn’t go to church, and I asked him if he wanted … Continue reading

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Sandwich Saturday

I’ve said it before, I love a good sandwich. I want a carefully crafted, well thought out sandwich on good bread with tasty real meats and sauces. Today’s sandwich is a family favorite. It has rare red meat (MEEEEEEAT!) and … Continue reading

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A couple of years ago I had my hip replaced. It took about 2 weeks of preparation, cooking,cleaning, getting everything ready almost like having a baby or something. Then there was the 10 week recovery with people in the house … Continue reading

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King Ranch Casserole

This is one of those phenomenal expanding recipes, that on the surface looks like ok, maybe it will feed 4. It’s got 2 chicken breasts, some tortillas and a can of tomatoes. 4 people, tops, right? Wrong. It fills a … Continue reading

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Do what you want, when you can.

Terry is not looking forward to this next surgery…I mean, who does? Does anyone (except maybe a person with Munchhausen’s) ever look forward to it? No? I didn’t think so. While I looked forward to the results of having my … Continue reading

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