Finding a need and filling it with love

Macy Mitchell is making it happen. She’s doing what so many other people are doing right now. She found a need during the coronavirus pandemic and is using her gifts and passion to fill it. Macy says it all started when she checked on her 83-year-old grandfather, who admitted he was depressed. “What can I... Continue Reading →

A chili winner for the winter

Kendall Heath does not like “traditional” chili. So her mother, Staycie, took notice when her 15-year-old daughter came home talking about a white chicken chili that her friend’s mom made. Staycie found a recipe on a site called “Plain Chicken” that was such a hit in her family, she decided to enter the dish in... Continue Reading →

Compassion cooking

Here are recipes offered by our readers in response to the question: What’s your go-to recipe to take to a family when they have lost a loved one? See also: Food to take to sad families LOVE SOUP 1lb. ground round 1 chopped onion1 envelope dried onion soup mix1 bottle V8 vegetable juice1 12 oz.... Continue Reading →

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