Recipes, memories and random thoughts from my kitchen
I love your recipes. The baked ziti looks yummy as does the bread. I think that my hubby would like both of those recipes.Is the devotional you are doing by Elizabeth George? I think that you mentioned that it was a while back. I've read one book by her - A Woman After God's Own Heart and was convicted in many areas. I should read it again as I am sure that I missed a few things:). I am "in the market" for some new reading material and should look for some more of her books on half.com. Well, I hope that all is well for you and yours. Enjoy the incoming spring weather and future flowers. Hopefully, the snow will not make anymore appearances:).
Hi Rachel!Sure hope you do try the recipes and that you and your family enjoy them. I have really been using my bread machine a lot for dough in the past 6 months or so. I love experimenting with bread recipes to make them work for the machine.I love Elizabeth George too! I've read most of her books and they are truly life-changing. The most life-changing of all is Loving God with all Your Mind. I heartily recommend it!! Any of her Bible studies are great, too. I am currently doing Cultivating a Life of Character (a study of Judges and Ruth) with my ladies' Sunday School class. We have done almost all of her Bible studies.The devotional I'm doing on my own, though, is A Place of Quiet Rest by Nancy Leigh Demoss. I've been working my way through it very slowly, and it's been "on hold" for months because of putting so much time and study into the devotional book I was writing. I'm so excited to get back into it again. The current passage I'm looking at is Psalm 119. There is so much I want to study, and the more I learn, the more I realize how much there is still to learn!Yes, hopefully the snow will NOT make any more appearances. Enough is enough!Thanks for stopping by, Rachel. I always enjoy your visits to my kitchen table!God bless,Mrs.T
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