What’s your go-to recipe to take to a family when they have lost a loved one? We asked that question a couple of weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed your answers. Ann Low Reego said, “I take ‘Love Soup.’ My children named it that because everyone we loved got some eventually. It went to new babies,... Continue Reading →
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 →
When compassion calls, what’s your go-to casserole recipe?
The Rev. Amy Jo Cook, pastor at Loudon United Methodist Church, wrote the following on her Facebook page. I had to share with you: -Rev. Amy Jo Cook and her son Jackson- “How does bringing chickens help people being sad?” Excellent question from my little professor when bringing food (including two kinds of cooked chicken,... Continue Reading →
The way to a camper’s heart is through her stomach
One of the campers was asked what she liked best about this week. She raised both arms and said, “The food!” There are so many things for the children to like at Lookout. They’re busy all day with caving, kayaking, crafts, swimming, Bible study, rock climbing, and I even saw a guitar class yesterday. It’s... Continue Reading →
Update on the potato salad and green beans
We recently invited you to share your potato-salad preferences and no-no's, with a promise to use your suggestions for a church cookout. Don't laugh, but I literally made a Yes/ No chart of the comments we received by blog, Facebook and email -- to help me decide which direction to go. My chart I'll cut... Continue Reading →
Potato salad: What’s your pleasure?
We need your help. What do you like in your potato salad? Eggs? Pickles? Mayo? Mustard? What sort of potatoes do you use? Russets? Redskin? Yukon gold? Scott Ketron, who let us borrow the above photos from his Facebook page, clearly likes a Southern-style potato salad with brand-name mayonnaise and vinegar. (Some of you know... Continue Reading →