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Cindy's Thanksgiving Menu

Here is my Thanksgiving menu!  

What is your favorite holiday? My first favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. The main reason is you can create an amazing meal and easily combine family and friends to a thankful feast enjoyed by everyone! The leftovers are the best and you can be guilt free picking at them later in the evening or recreate for another meal. I love making a turkey pot pie and turkey soup with my leftovers! If you really want the mashed potatoes then go for smashed cauliflower.

 

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15th Nov 2019

Daniel Fast Recipes and More

 

Daniel Fast Recipes

I am so proud to be a Christian. Dedication in prayer, journaling your thoughts, prayers and learning’s and small study groups really impact you in the power of Jesus. I am on fire for Jesus and my church Christ Fellowship.  As we begin the journey together I believe this all begins with Faith!  I will be updating this blog with recipes, tips and I will be starting a new blog post on my journey (link will be added).  God needs our commitment. Let's do this #21days

I am still leaning about Christianity. Our Church will be starting our Daniel Fast on March 11th to March 31st. As I am embracing the Daniel Fast for the first time my hope is to share my journey with you.

Before beginning this post I want true transparency.  This is my first spiritual fast and these recipes have all of the "allowed" foods but they are created in a modern way.  Not the preparation Daniel would have used.  We have gas stove tops, microwaves, refrigerators, freezers, Instant Pots and Whole Foods.  We have so many options at our finger tips.  I am looking forward to praying and gaining a closer relationship with Jesus and to hopefully some questions that linger for me!  Please let me know if I can help you in a any way during our 21 day Fast.

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07th Jan 2019

Holidays with Pets

Holidays are hectic enough with parties to throw and places to go without worrying about your cat knocking down your Christmas tree or your dog eating the presents under the tree. We all love our adorable, furry friends but they tend to add extra chaos to the already stressful holidays.

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18th Dec 2018

Healthy Holiday Eating

There is nothing I love more about the holidays than enjoying the fabulous foods that flow out of the kitchen and onto my dinner plate. Unfortunately, most of the delicious foods my family makes for the holidays are not very healthy. Almost every holiday I struggle to resist my grandmother’s cheese and ham filled rice balls, her warm meat pie smothered with gravy, and most of all her soft, fresh baked seven layer cookies.

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18th Dec 2018

Being the Holiday Host

 

Hosting a holiday can be a very stressful job. You have to prepare the food, set the table, decorate the house, and on top of it all you have to entertain the guests. If you have ever hosted a holiday at your house before you may understand how hard it is to get all of these tasks done on time. Hopefully you have created a system that works for you in order to ensure a great holiday for you and everyone around you. However, if you have not yet hosted a holiday, or have not yet perfected such a system you may need a little help.

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18th Dec 2018

Spatchcocked Chicken

Spatchcock chicken is the the term for butterflying a whole chicken.  To do this you remove the backbone and sometimes the sternum then flattening it for easy rosting.

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15th Dec 2018

All About Short Ribs

I remember when short ribs were the cheapest cut of meat and butchers would give them away. This cut was also noted as a less desirable piece of meat.  Now you can find them in grocery stores on a regular basis.  

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15th Dec 2018