Salsa and chips is a perfect food for a picnic or keeping things simple.
Just mix everything in a bowl and there you have it......simple!
Let's raise the roof for Randi.....
She is attending the local vocational school for chef training.
She is learning how to properly cut veggies, use spices, and lots of tips and tricks in the kitchen.
Then she comes home and shares with me.....YES!! I need to know more tips and tricks.
Did you know that you can get more juice out of a lemon if you microwave it? I didn't know that either.
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"But Lot said to them, "No, my lords, please! Your servant has found favor in your eyes, and you have shown great kindness to me in sparing my life. But I can't flee to the mountains; this disaster will overtake me, and I'll die.""
Recently I read an article that really made me think. What do children really see when they look at their parents? Our children are watching us, and they see our outward respectability, our desire to be right and to do good. But in some of us, they also see that the deepest thing in our life is to get gain or to enjoy pleasure. They see that we will quickly sacrifice a prayer meeting for a night out, that we are always willing to take that bigger salary, regardless of what it may do to the family in terms of new conditions or new circles of friends. They see that the things for which we sacrifice and are willing to skimp and save are not missions, or the church, or the work of God, but what they truly see is the new car, a new television, new furniture, a bigger and longer vacation, and a pretentious home. They are watching, and is this really what they see? Is this really what we are showing them? If this is what they are seeing, we need to be more careful as parents to make sure that our children do not lose interest in the Bible and church. We need to make sure that they do not sacrifice important occurrences in their life just to get ahead in the world.
When we, as parents act selfish just for material things and niceties, it is possible that children will turn from God. And the deep sorrow that us parents will feel, we will have to carry that sorrow to our graves.