Monthly Archives: July 2010

Booksneeze Book Review: Angel Song (Sheila Walsh)

I heard about Booksneeze through a friend of mine at church. My first book was Angel Song by Sheila Walsh. Sheila is a speaker/writer who tours mostly with Women of Faith. Angel Song is a fiction novel based primarily in … Continue reading

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Honey Granola

Granola is probably the thing I make most in my kitchen (save cookies and egg white sandwiches). I always like trying new recipes. This one is a winner. I started with a recipe from Joy of Baking and tweaked it. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Trellis and the Vine (Marshall & Payne)

Ministry books line Christian bookstore shelves. Some are worth the read; some are not. just a fact of life. This one, by Marshall and Payne, is one that is worth the read. The authors provide a superb visual that stays … Continue reading

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Brad Paisley and Online Relationships

This is one country song that had me laughing aloud in a car (by myself) this weekend. It also made me think. (Warning: this video is a typical country video, rated at least PG.) The older I get and more … Continue reading

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Taste of Asheville: The Sisters McMullen

Downtown Asheville is known for its restaurants. So many to choose from. As I was walking, I came across this place and since we needed a place for birthday cupcakes – we chose this one. Highlights: 1. The chocolate ganache … Continue reading

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Taste of Asheville: The Green Sage

Are you a vegan, vegetarian, or only eat organic foods? This place is definitely for you! This place would definitely fit into Chapel Hill or Louisville – but it is nestled on Broadway in the downtown district of Asheville. Right … Continue reading

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Taste of Cleveland: Angela’s Homestyle Cooking

My grandmother nor my Dad lives in Cleveland, TN. But, I felt like I had been to a little with a little bit of both when I ate there last week. The daily specials were meatloaf, chili, ribs, steak sandwich. … Continue reading

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