Monthly Archives: June 2008

Mexican in Louisville – El Tarasco

There are several reasons I love Mexican food. One is because I seldom cook it myself. 2 is because it is relatively cheap. 3 is because there is always cheese – and who doesn’t like cheese? 4 is because usually … Continue reading

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Night – Elie Wiesel

This book was a long time coming for me. I have wanted to read it for a while, picked it up about a year ago, and it finally went on the summer reading list. I started it this morning in … Continue reading

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Jill McCloghry – Amazing Girl and Song/video

This girl – and song – is amazing. I’ve known Jill since she was in 7th grade – have watched her grow, sing, struggle, grow, lean on Jesus, learn about Jesus, grow in Jesus, grow, struggle, keep growing and loving … Continue reading

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Asparagus and Prosciutto Fettuccini

Now, was this meal as good as the cost of all the ingredients – no. Was it good, yes. I love using fresh pasta (that was the first time not counting ravioli or tortellini): it cooks much faster and just … Continue reading

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Curry Chicken Salad

I have a lot of diced chicken to use up, so this is one of the recipes I printed out a long time ago and finally decided to use. It was real good. I like the golden raisins in rather … Continue reading

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A Passion for God – Dorsett

This is a quick read biography of the preacher and author Aiden Wilson Tozer (otherwise known as A.W.). Dorsett does a great job of not only showing the many facets of what A.W. was about – but also showing his … Continue reading

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Best Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies

I have been making homemade chocolate chip cookies a long time – but these are amazing. Hand it to a Boston Chocolate maker who doesn’t even have an oven this summer in her new shop to have such a great … Continue reading

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