Topic: recipe

This is what I call a by guess and golly recipe- it’s the HM’s birthday, he loves brussel sprouts, I wanted to spruce them up a bit: Put some sesame oil in a skillet, heat it up. Add some ... discuss

 Assisted Suicide Is Being Pushed Here in Pa. — Stay Informed By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro ... discuss

Hanukkah Latkes We like to go crazy around the holidays and use every excuse we can find to praise the Lord. Hanukkah gives us eight extra days of celebration and more chances to sit around the table ... discuss

Pork Onion Apple Stew Serves 8 I cut this out of a magazine in 1982, the year we were married. I think it’s the November, 1982 issue of Woman’s Day, but I am not positive.  Originally, th ... discuss

Assisted suicide and euthanasia are no longer distant threats to life. Doctor-prescribed suicide legislation is being discussed in Pennsylvania right now. Compassion and Choices, formerly the Hemlock ... discuss

Crumble 1/2 lb of firm tofu In a skillet, combine 1/4 cup of soy sauce or braggs amino acids 1 crushed garlic clove 1 tablespoon sugar or honey 1/2 tsp ginger 1/4 tsp black pepper 2 Tbs oil 2 Tbs wate ... discuss

These are far from gourmet ingredients, but most people like them, and they don’t take a lot of time or money to make.  If you keep a loaf of bread and sausage you found on sale in the freezer, ... discuss

I did a BIG List of Lunch Ideas Post a year or so ago – right before we began our journey to live a more “paleo-ish” lifestyle and ditch inflammatory grains and disease-and-obesity- ... discuss

Gary Locke img via Jay Costarticle in The Weekly StandardHow to Rebuke a Presidentby Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: There has been much consternation expressed about President Obama’s extralegal ... discuss

The Pope has called for nothing other than pure joy as we prepare for Christmas, and given a three-step recipe for making sure we can live the birth of the Christ Child with joy. This was his messag ... discuss

This is so simple, I’m embarrassed to call it a recipe. Basically, you combine cooked sausage with diced sweet potato and chopped apple, toss in some butter and brown sugar and then cook it unt ... discuss

Excerpt from: Rod Rosenbladt, "Christ Died for the Sins of Christians Too," Modern Reformation Vol 12 (May/June 2003): 20-25.Did the reformers, then, have any doctrine of sanctification? Of ... discuss

Simplify Your Homeschool Day: Shorten Your Day, Sweeten Your Time Blurb: What if you and your children could have more time pursuing your passions? As a former elementary teacher and tutor and a veter ... discuss

Two wonderful feast days! Today is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. (My personal devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe began about nine years ago, and is chronicled here.)Tomorrow is the feast of ... discuss

This lasagna recipe was a big hit with my family. For years it was what some of them requested as a birthday meal. They didn’t even know lasagna could be made with meat until the oldest was arou ... discuss

The name of this recipe is ‘My children love liver.’  Now, to be honest, not all my seven children do love liver.  I got out of the habit of cooking it, and some of them lost the taste f ... discuss

There was a recent scandal that, as much as anything else, illustrates the intellectual emptiness and moral ennui of the modern liberal man. It occurred in Britain but reflects a wider phenomenon; wha ... discuss

Then she made a game of getting an interesting supper out of the odds and ends she had in her little tin box out the window, which she called her refrigerator. A stalk of celery, too tough to enjoy ra ... discuss

When I was very young, some of my classmates would leave their shoes outside the bedroom door on the night of the fifth of December, so that Saint Nicholas would leave them treats.We never did that at ... discuss

You can make the Christmas tree bread shape (and do it better than I) with any yeast bread.  I’ve done it with about a dozen different versions over the years, including plain white bread dough ... discuss

If you keep some cooked white beans in your freezer or keep canned white beans in the pantry, you can have a rich, filling bean soup ready in about 15 minutes. Run four cups cooked white beans (navy b ... discuss

7 children from 2-10 enjoyed my Yaki Soba (Asian noodle dish) so much, this is all that was left. I had several mouths to feed, including 7 children between the ages of 2 and 10. The meat I had intend ... discuss

Tortilla Soup (serves about 4) INGREDIENTS: 13 oz. cooked chicken meat (you can use canned, and you should not drain it if that’s what you use) 6 cups of liquid- four cups water, two cups chicke ... discuss

Tortilla Soup (serves about 4) INGREDIENTS: 13 oz. cooked chicken meat (you can use canned, and you should not drain it if that’s what you use) 6 cups of liquid- four cups water, two cups chicke ... discuss

7 children from 2-10 enjoyed my Yaki Soba (Asian noodle dish) so much, this is all that was left. I had several mouths to feed, including 7 children between the ages of 2 and 10. The meat I had intend ... discuss

Guest post By Megan HoytHello friends of Hildegard! Happy Feast Day! And when I say Feast Day, I don’t just mean a celebration of the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen. I also want to share some ... discuss

The always erudite Wretchard quotes Andrew Sullivan and then goes on to note something interesting. First, Sullivan: a follower of Opus Dei, Ruth Kelly, is now the Equality Minister in the Blair cabin ... discuss

No, no.  Nothing is wrong here.  I took a short break from my (erratic) blogging to run back and forth, 250 miles each way, a few times these past three weeks.  My oldest two baby girls ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

Flossie LaneHere is a fascinating story from the Telegraph published 19 June 2009:Flossie Lane, who died on June 13 aged 94, was reputedly the oldest publican in Britain, and ran one of the last genui ... discuss

A friend and I made this cranberry pie for Thanksgiving, based on the recipe posted last week at Faith and Family Live! The recipe Rebecca posted is as follows:Cranberry Pie:Crust: use your favorite r ... discuss

A long, long, time ago . . . I can still remember how that music used to make me smile . . .Wait, wrong post.A long, long, time ago, I came across this recipe for Brussel Sprouts with Pancetta and Alm ... discuss

 2 pounds lean ground beef or turkey  1 onion, chopped  1 bell pepper, chopped  1 carrot or celery stalk chopped (optional)  1 can stewed tomatoes &nb ... discuss

This is the pie that I made for July 4th, 2010. It is the Best Blueberry Pie Ever!CRUST: One double recipe for Edna’s Perfect Pie Crust.(Here are some good substitution recipes: Simply Recipes) FILL ... discuss

I first published this recipe on February 18, 2007 I have had my Belgian waffle maker for a few weeks now and it has been a great addition to my kitchen. Thanks to my neighbor Kathleen for rec ... discuss

I originally published this recipe to the Internet on March 16, 2007 This is my basic recipe for banana bread. I almost always fancy it up a bit with additions such as vanilla, cinnamon, fresh ... discuss

Ingredients1 1/2 cups sugar1/2 cup water4 egg whites½ teaspoon cream of tartarpinch salt1 teaspoon vanillaInstructionsWith an electric mixer whip the eggs whites with cream of tartar and a pinch ... discuss

“Well did you ever make colcannon,Made with lovely pickled cream,With the greens and scallions mingledLike a picture in a dream?Did you ever make a hole on topTo hold the meltin’ flakeOf the cream ... discuss

As a native Marylander, of course, I have my favorite crab cake recipe. Make sure you use genuine meat from the blue crab. The highest quality "picked" crabmeat, with the least amount of cartilage an ... discuss

Unsurprisingly enough, credit card defaults are on the rise. This industry is marked by less oversight and more shadiness than the mortgage industry, which is saying something. Now American Express is ... discuss

The recent comments of Pope Francis have created a media feeding frenzy. What exactly did he mean when he said he would not judge gay priests? Is he now condoning homosexuality? And is he softening th ... discuss

By Michael Johns       “He was tortured, beaten to death, strangled and then set on fire,” Laura Wilkerson said earlier this month in McAllen, Texas. She was recalling he ... discuss

I did a BIG List of Lunch Ideas Post a year or so ago – right before we began our journey to live a more “paleo-ish” lifestyle and ditch inflammatory grains and disease-and-obesity- ... discuss

Last Wednesday my teenagers took their first high-school standardized test: the PSAT. It was the bomb that went off in our week. I don’t mind tests. I like to compare how my kids are doing alo ... discuss

El Picosito Copycat Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I’m proud to be working with the Beef Checkoff. I would have shared this recipe with you regardless, so the National Cattlemen’ ... discuss

The “Cross Road” with Teens Having toddlers and teenagers at the same time is just HARD, people. I dare you to try it sometime. Lest you start going on about how I’m a saint, let me ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

BreakfastEgg on toastOrange juiceTeaLunchBreadCamembertOlivesFruit loaf with marmaladeFruit, nut and chocolate mixOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPork chopButtered boiled potatoesPeas and carrotsOrange juic ... discuss

BreakfastSourdough soaked pancakes. Normally these would be buttermilk soaked but we were out of buttermilk (and plain yoghurt which would be my alternative) so I soaked the mixture overnight with re ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange JuiceTeaKombuchaLunchEgg on ToastFruit, Nut and Chocolate MixOrange JuiceDinnerLamb HotpotBanana loafOrange juiceKombuchaTeaNutritional Analysis ... discuss

Today I'm posting before the end of the day although after dinner so some detail may change. (I have now added 30g chocolate into the nutritional analysis.)Breakfast Apple and Sultan ... discuss

BreakfastBaked Porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunch Almond butter and banana sandwichOrange juiceMid Afternoon snackFruit, nut ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

I haven't gotten as far as doing my post of yesterday's food yet but I wanted to just mention that I now have a recipe blog. Anything in my food diary which I have posted a recipe for will be linked. ... discuss

I've got rather behind on these for various reasons so I'm just going to post what I ate and the nutritional information and then put any comments on the Day Twenty One when I do the weekly average.Br ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchPate on sourdough toastLacto-fermented cucumberBanana loafOrange juiceSnackFruit/Nut/Chocolate mix without the hazelnutsDinnerSlow cooker roast chick ... discuss

This is where the quality of my food goes downhill because my husband took time off work and we were on "holiday" at home. As before italics indicate food not made at home.BreakfastBaked porridgeOran ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchToasted sourdough fruit loaf with marmalade (I wasn't very hungry which isn't surprising considering my calorie intake the previous day w ... discuss

Outside my window...One of our sunflowers put its last bits of energy into popping up one little sun flower!   I can't tell you how much joy I got from watching that!I am thinking...Today is the ... discuss

1. Physician-Assisted Suicide: A Recipe for Elder Abuse and the Illusion of Personal Choice - February 17, 2011.2. Euthanasia is out-of-control in the Netherlands – September 25, 2012.3. Declar ... discuss

There are the national Thanksgiving culinary traditions, such as the turkey and the pumpkin pie, but then each individual clan across the nation adds the little personal touch of our family has THIS t ... discuss

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionAlex SchadenbergMost people recognize that legalizing euthanasia or assisted suicide will lead to abuse with some people dying wi ... discuss

I am using these, attached to picks, to identify some of the foods for our Thanksgiving table.  I have a pumpkin pie that is vegan (I’d share the recipe, but I’m not thrilled with it, b ... discuss

Oatmeal Casserole- Here’s another favorite oatmeal standby- I first discovered the basic recipe around 1990-ish in Help for Growing Families- I think that was the title.  Bill and Mary Pride ed ... discuss

I got this great idea for lunchmeat and cream cheese pinwheels here.  I’m not going to duplicate her terrific instructions here, click through to see what she says to do, I’m just going t ... discuss

I remember watching this episode when it first aired and laughing so hard!  On The Cosby Show, Alvin was always spouting these archaic, patriarchal ideals; and Claire Huxtable had certainly set h ... discuss

Guy Fawkes or The Gunpowder Treason Extract: More than two hundred and thirty-five years ago, or, to speak with greater precision, in 1605, at the latter end of June, it was rumoured one morning in M ... discuss

The “Cross Road” with Teens Having toddlers and teenagers at the same time is just HARD, people. I dare you to try it sometime. Lest you start going on about how I’m a saint, let me ... discuss

Steve Hays has decided that now would be a good time to disseminate some ill-conceived critiques of abolition, mostly based around immediatism. Fine, fine - that's probably one of the two most cont ... discuss

That's what I'm doing this year for the first time ever.Yeah, sure, in a way I had just one "student" when we first started homeschooling. Anne-with-an-e was seven years old, Betsy just four. Anne was ... discuss

In the world of the FLDS, things are not always what they seem.  The shiny, smiling surfaces often hide a world of rot and pain.  And even royal blood and being born male can't protect you f ... discuss

So . . . you're adopting a child from The Philippines who will be more than three years old when he comes home?Let me share some wisdom with you that I pray will make the transition easier for all of ... discuss

El Picosito Copycat Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I’m proud to be working with the Beef Checkoff. I would have shared this recipe with you regardless, so the National Cattlemen’ ... discuss

This week was the week my teenagers took their first high-school standardized test: the PSAT. It was the bomb that went off in our week. I like to see where my kids are regardless of the fact that w ... discuss

Ginger Snaps: An Autumnal baking must.Well, almost everyone is smiling.   Waxing Hunter's Moon over Bridal Veil Falls and the town of Telluride. Tomorrow morning I'm having surgery. It' ... discuss

As a native Marylander, of course, I have my favorite crab cake recipe. Make sure you use genuine meat from the blue crab. The highest quality "picked" crabmeat, with the least amount of cartilage an ... discuss

“Well did you ever make colcannon,Made with lovely pickled cream,With the greens & scallions mingledLike a picture in a dream?Did you ever make a hole on topTo hold the meltin’ flakeOf the creamy ... discuss

Guest post By Megan HoytHello friends of Hildegard! Happy Feast Day! And when I say Feast Day, I don’t just mean a celebration of the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen. I also want to share some ... discuss

Some vaccines are produced using the cell lines derived from aborted children. Isn't vaccination making the best out of a bad situation? But what if 'making the best out of a bad situation' is a reci ... discuss

Ingredients1 1/2 cups sugar1/2 cup water4 egg whites½ teaspoon cream of tartarpinch salt1 teaspoon vanilla InstructionsWith an electric mixer whip the eggs whites with cream of tartar and a pinc ... discuss

By Michael Johns               “He was tortured, beaten to death, strangled and then set on fire,” Laura Wilkerson said earlie ... discuss

I originally published this recipe to the Internet on March 16, 2007 This is my basic recipe for banana bread. I almost always fancy it up a bit with additions such as vanilla, cinnamon, fresh ... discuss

I first published this recipe on February 18, 2007 I have had my Belgian waffle maker for a few weeks now and it has been a great addition to my kitchen. Thanks to my neighbor Kathleen for rec ... discuss

Father Justin WylieFather Justin Wylie is a priest from South Africa who is an Attaché of the Holy See to the United Nations. I have personally met him and attended Masses in which he has been the c ... discuss

G. K. Chesterton once wisely remarked that “there is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and a tired man who wants a book to read.” It may be true that ... discuss

I say this every year, but that's just because it is always true. First is Easter, then is Christmas, then is ... my birthday!Some people ignore their birthdays or don't want much fuss made. Not me. E ... discuss

.: Chocolate Brownies with Mocha Frosting :.This is how we celebrated yesterday's Solemnity of the Incarnation.  Not really sure how something so dark and un-blue and un-white could symbolic ... discuss

"Hindsight is 20/20"   I'm not sure if that is the most widely-used cliche on Earth but I'd wager it's in the top ten.For a reason.Looking back on life and events offers a clarity that just ... discuss

The Meatless Friday recipe team here at CatholicMom.com has been sharing favorite family recipes for several months now. As we approach the season of Lent, when all adult Catholics are called to absta ... discuss

Sola Scriptura – An Unbiblical Recipe for Confusion Sola scriptura was the central doctrine and foundation for all I believed when I was Protestant. On a popular level, it simply mean ... discuss

Sola Scriptura – An Unbiblical Recipe for Confusion Sola scriptura was the central doctrine and foundation for all I believed when I was Protestant. On a popular ... discuss

Sola Scriptura – An Unbiblical Recipe for Confusion Sola scriptura was the central doctrine and foundation for all I believed when I was Protestant. On a popular level, it simply mean ... discuss

Texas is known for it's white gravy, so it's imperative that a transplant like me get it right. I've made gravy using drippings. I've made it using olive oil. I've made gravy since I was a little girl ... discuss

I actually called Nana tonight and asked for her to walk me step-by-step through this recipe so I could feed my craving. She always makes this for Thanksgiving and Christmas upon request by everyone ... discuss

Because you need to eat more than one meal a day, here’s a meatless recipe that’s high in protein and makes a delicious change from a grilled-cheese sandwich at lunchtime. It might not appeal to t ... discuss

The archbishop of Mumbai reflects on AsiaNews about the importance of the theme chosen by Francis for World Peace Day. "Only fraternity can save our beloved country from the evils of discrimination an ... discuss

Here’s something a little different for this blog—a holiday recipe. The Armenian Christmas Pudding, or anooshaboor (“sweet soup”) is eaten from New Year’s until Christmas, which the Armenian ... discuss

Christmas is coming!!! So many things to do and so little time. I’m a fan of pecan pie and now that we live in the South, I thought it would be fitting to post this recipe for you. Each cookie&# ... discuss

With all our kids' allergies, we can't eat the chocolate from the stores. Our options are to spend upwards of $5 for a candy bar, live without chocolate for Christmas, or make some ourselves. Last yea ... discuss

As I suspected, yesterday’s headache was part of the mystery virus that seems to be toying with us.  Only Parker has hurled, but there have been several complaints of headaches and a few stoma ... discuss

Kindle has a new program- if you already bought hard copies of some books, you may be able to buy the Kindle versions at much reduced rates (sometimes even free!)- see if you have any titles that qual ... discuss

I was doing some research on the self help industry and listened to some tapes by a guy who said his recipe for self esteem was to look in the mirror and repeat like a mantra, “I like myself, I& ... discuss

Join Jen and the other Quicktakers over at the Conversion Diary 1.Another reason to be happy to live in Ohio - the awesome Ohio State Marching Band!  This routine is incredible!   ... discuss

foundationlife.netAre there “recipes” for getting good priests? Here's a masterful recipe worthy of the best “restaurants” in the world. Original PostingRead more →The post The Recipe fo ... discuss

Here is a collection of recipes I found, mostly from other Pinterest site: a lot of them are from popular vegan recipe sites, like 'Oh She Glows' , 'Fragrant Vanilla Cake' and 'The Simple Veganista'. ... discuss

foundationlife.netEditor’s note. Paul Russell, Director of HOPE: preventing euthanasia & assisted suicide, calls upon the Tasmanian Parliament to reject the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2013 du ... discuss

  To the sad, frustrated young mother who feels like a failure and thinks maybe it was all a mistake after all, you aren’t cut out for being a mommy, or you wouldn’t be crying so hard tod ... discuss

Today, we reverted to an old family tradition: we spent almost the entire morning doing morning chores, cleaning bedrooms, and catching up on laundry because we let things fall apart over the weekend. ... discuss

No, no.  Nothing is wrong here.  I took a short break from my (erratic) blogging to run back and forth, 250 miles each way, a few times these past three weeks.  My oldest two baby girls ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

A friend and I made this cranberry pie for Thanksgiving, based on the recipe posted last week at Faith and Family Live! The recipe Rebecca posted is as follows:Cranberry Pie:Crust: use your favorite r ... discuss

A long, long, time ago . . . I can still remember how that music used to make me smile . . .Wait, wrong post.A long, long, time ago, I came across this recipe for Brussel Sprouts with Pancetta and Alm ... discuss

Things you won't find on a playground anymore, how to remove yourself from the internet, the war on men, and more in today's links.****************Here are a list of 11 things you don't see on the pla ... discuss

This article was written by Peter Saunders and published on his blog on Sept 7, 2013.Peter SaundersHayleyBy Dr Peter Saunders, the campaign director for the Care Not Killing Alliance.The BBC has  ... discuss

This is the pie that I made for July 4th, 2010. It is the Best Blueberry Pie Ever!CRUST: One double recipe for Edna’s Perfect Pie Crust.FILLING:2 pounds (6 cups) fresh blueberries, rinsed and stems ... discuss

 2 pounds lean ground beef or turkey  1 onion, chopped  1 bell pepper, chopped  1 carrot or celery stalk chopped (optional)  1 can stewed tomatoes &nb ... discuss

I recently saw a video that reminded me of the coldness and heartlessness of the culture of death that we live in. The subject matter and the way it was presented chilled me to the bone and left me ... discuss

The recent comments of Pope Francis have created a media feeding frenzy. What exactly did he mean when he said he would not judge gay priests? Is he now condoning homosexuality? And is he softening th ... discuss

My neighbor grills all summer long, and she doesn't limit herself to meats. She actually bakes on her grill, treating it as an outdoor oven. Her bread and homemade pizza are simply wonders of the summ ... discuss

Inspired by this -- delicious Roman limoncello brought us on the house almost every night (it totally pays to travel with a pretty blonde friend when you're in Italy)-- I created this from an ancien ... discuss

I’m participating in Carbonell Olive Oil’s #DareToCarbonell campaign – highlighting their three distinctive flavors of Spanish olive oil – number one in Spain since 1866, and ... discuss

As I was looking for something interesting to do with chicken legs I was thawing for supper I came upon some conclusions.  Not having potatoes I couldn’t rightfully make “cooked supper”&nbs ... discuss

I made this once before for my kids with great results.  This time I thought I’d actually record the recipe and share it with you all.  It isn’t exactly the green eggs from Dr. Seuss so ... discuss

The week I left to go to my home province for Christmas break I was grocery shopping at Fortino’s and as I was walking by the frozen food section I noticed the word Ezekiel.  I was delighted to ... discuss

Tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday. It is the birthday of the Church, a most glorious day when the apostles received the Holy Spirit while praying in the upper room with Mary, Christ's Blessed Mother. Thi ... discuss

A new painting in my continuing President Barack Obama Nude On A Unicorn series; a painting of President Obama nude and asleep on Penelope The Unicorn who attempts to flee with a copy of the secret Co ... discuss

This blog has been sorely neglected lately, so I decided to (belatedly) link up with Barbara's 12/year photo roundup! Most of the pictures were taken on my phone, but at least I've got a few pictures! ... discuss

--1--When the telltale signs of immanent regurgitation briefly interrupted our bedtime bedside chat, my nine-year-old son and I resumed with a new topic."Hairballs," he reflected, "that's not one of H ... discuss

One year, I resolved to make Irish Soda Bread for Saint Patrick's Day, but before I got it made, Easter had arrived. This bread actually tasted a lot better than it looks in the photograph, and it sli ... discuss

I'm the stay-at-home parent in our household. The wife and I decided on that course of action long before we had kids. We'd both been "latch key children", I've the honor (?) of living it before it ha ... discuss

While I'm always, to some extent, working on getting things better organized in our very active and sometimes chaotic household, I've been on a pretty good roll in making new and substantial progress ... discuss

This is my second post on my WordPress blog, "Eating Slowly."  I'm phasing out this one, so be sure to head on over and follow me before I quit posting here altogether!  I've added a "Follow ... discuss

Source:  http://www.gunssavelife.com/?p=4552Excerpt:Chicago’s illustrious Police Chief, Superintendent or SuperNintendo (whichever you wish to call him) got on a local radio station in Chicago ... discuss

Today is the feast day of my Community -- the feast of St. John, the Apostle and Evangelist. St. John is also my patron saint and the saint I try most to emulate in my daily life.St. John, a fisherman ... discuss

Contrary to popular belief, the season of Christmas is not the period from Thanksgiving through December 25th.  That idea comes more from modern advertisers and merchandise salesman – the "only ... discuss

The following letter was written by Dr. David W. Hafer and published in the Billings Gazette in Montana on December 2, 2012 under the title: Montana has not legalized assisted suicide.Montana has not ... discuss

In less than two months, America will mark the 40th anniversary of Roe vs Wade–the Supreme Court decision that invalidated every state abortion prohibition and made abortion-on-demand a constitu ... discuss

In less than two months, America will mark the 40th anniversary of Roe vs Wade–the Supreme Court decision that invalidated every state abortion prohibition and made abortion-on-demand a constitu ... discuss

The following letter was written by Annie Bukacek and published in the Ravalli Republic newspaper in Montana.Assisted Suicide: Doctor fears for elder ... discuss

--1--I've been trying to put my thoughts into words over the last week and a half since the election.  I pound away at my keyboard and push "Delete" over and over.  How do I express my profo ... discuss

The following article was written by Paul Russell, the Executive Director of HOPE: preventing euthanasia & assisted suicide and is Vice Chair of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Internationa ... discuss

Outside my window… …bright, clear, and chilly. It's 47 degrees out right now. That's going to be today's high. Last night we had a low of 15 degrees. I am thinking……about the election. I ... discuss

Christians know that Truth and truth exist. Others prefer the opaque: Kelly Monroe Kullberg, in her book Finding God Beyond Harvard spoke of her search for the truth — any truth. For “without a tr ... discuss

The person returned to power last Tuesday will try to circumvent the Constitution of the United States, in particular the 2nd Amendment.  He has no sense of Traditional American Values.  ... discuss

Hi Everyone!!! I know I have been gone for a really long time, and I am SO sorry for abandoning you! However, I am happy to say that I am back! *Woot!* Though I probably won't be blogging that often t ... discuss

An article in the NPR today entitled: Assisted Suicide Goes to Vote in Massachusetts concerns ballot Question 2 (assisted suicide) that will go to a vote on November 6.The article that was written by ... discuss

On patriotic sites, I often read commenters’ heart-felt frustrations over both the unchecked lawlessness of the federal government as well as the painful absence of effective and concerted remedial ... discuss

Simon, 7 years ago1 It's quick because 7 years ago yesterday I was kissing this baby's face for the first time ever and we took the day off. I have some makeup work to do.2 We had this for lunch becau ... discuss

The minority PQ (separatist) government in Quebec has announced that it plans to introduce a bill to legalize euthanasia.Media reports have quoted Véronique Hiver, the junior minister for social serv ... discuss

Over the weekend I was given a large bag full of green tomatillos! (Squee!!)  We love tomatillos but usually have to resort to the grocery store variety.  Luckily for us, the recent hard fre ... discuss

Today we celebrated Michaelmas (Traditional) and the Feast of the Archangels, Sts. Michael, Raphael, and Gabriel.It's traditional to serve something that includes blackberries today. "According t ... discuss

A vote in the Swiss parliament yesterday rejected a proposal to regulate the assisted suicide organizations and their suicide clinics. The two main assisted suicide organizations are Exit and Dignitas ... discuss

A recent Pew Survey shows Catholics favoring Obama by 15% in the upcoming election. Jeff Mirus at Catholic Culture points out the most shocking result of the poll:The most damning result of the poll i ... discuss

With the polls showing a very close presidential race, fears are mounting among patriots that if Obama is re-elected very liberal justices will be appointed to fill the vacancies of at least &nbs ... discuss

I shared a few photos and highlights from last Saturday’s wedding here. Now to answer some of your questions: What did you do for bridesmaids dresses? There was only a maid of honor.  Deanna ga ... discuss

--1--It's rare that we take a vacation to a place like Alaska,and I wanted to share some more memories, in addition to the pictures I posted.  I wanted to tell you how strange it is to be where t ... discuss

Published September 12, 2012 | By scribeBy Mike Filce, Crisis Magazine, Sept. 4, 2012 We rural people share a common understanding when it comes to our young: that it is essential for them to leave h ... discuss

I was going through my past articles and I found this article that was posted by True Dignity Vermont entitled: Deconstructing the Myth that Wealth Protects against pressure to die by assisted suicide ... discuss

I absolutely love this recipe from Hy-Vee.  I, of course, don't use instant potatoes, but rather mash my own...and as a result, use less egg because I already have moisture.  I also didn't a ... discuss

This morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, which is part of the Department of Labor (DOL), released the unemployment number for August. While the unemployment dropped to 8.1% from 8.3% in July, t ... discuss

It doesn't get more surreal than weighing the pros and cons of using fresh versus previously frozen IVF embryos as if they are chicken breasts headed for your favorite recipe. From Medical Xpress ... discuss

This isn’t exactly what we did- I have exchanged two of the meals we used that were more involved to prepare with two recipes that are much easier to prepare. I reduced the ingredients so that, ... discuss

I began a sort of OAMC (once a month cooking, or bulk cooking, or freezer meals) tutorial here. I gave a list of the recipes we’d be using after inventory of our freezer here. For other recipes, ... discuss

Yesterday, I reported on an excellent letter by Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison on key voting principles. There’s one passage that got me thinking. It is not for the bishop or priests to endors ... discuss

St. Rose of Lima'srecipe for vanity:add some pepperSt. Rosewas plagued by earthly beaus.To discourage their thoughts of marriageshe dashed some pepper on her visage.(According to stories about St. Ros ... discuss

Who doesn’t love fruit?  I’ll be honest: my favorite fruit recipe is one where you pick up a piece of fruit, peel/wash as necessary, and eat.  Can you really improve on God’s desi ... discuss

  It’s going to be difficult for the Obama Camp to beat up on Paul Ryan’s bold budget plan that would reduce the deficit and save Medicare when Bill Clinton praised him for it last yea ... discuss

One of the things I have both learned and struggled with while writing this blog over the past 3 years is that once you put ideas out in the universe in written form, they tend to stay there. It isn't ... discuss

Or how yummy? Or how filling, nourishing, and just generally delightful? And, last but not least, provided you are creative enough, how cheap it is? The Equuschick was astonished. Shasta and The Equus ... discuss

Part One: For beginners: get a book with a pre-made OAMC plan and follow the directions step by step.  When you’re done, sit down with your feet up and take notes, what worked, what didn’ ... discuss

... is in this post.Jama Rattigan is celebrating her blog's 5th birthday with a great post, some great lists* (oh, how I love lists!), some great giveaways that are all about Julia Child (whose 100th ... discuss

--1--As summer is winding down my life is getting busier, it seems. I'm spending less time online (yay me), but I've still managed to post a few things here and there.  Over on Cooking Nick's Boo ... discuss

There was an article in the Vancouver Sun a few days ago about euthanasia in the Netherlands. Cristina Alarcon, pharmacist in BC, comments on the article as follows: RE: Euthanasia supporters, critics ... discuss

Outside my window... A little friend of ours who found a way to keep occupied during the homeschool picnic. I am thinking... about the grave of my 2nd great grand aunt, Rosannah Klinger.   ... discuss

(Image courtesy of shutterstock.com)Over at Egregious Twaddle, Joanne McPort asks (and answers) whether the church can survive the times:The received narrative paints a Church disproportionately and ... discuss

Ralph Benko by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: President Obama recently generated a furor with his speech in Roanoke, Virginia, in which he stated: There are a lot of wealthy, successful Ame ... discuss

I am reading The Technological Society and Propaganda by Jacques Ellul I had to get Propaganda on interlibrary loan and I can’t renew it, and of course, it came before I finished TTS.  Who Am I ... discuss

No, no.  Nothings wrong here.  I took a short break from my (erratic) blogging to run back and forth, 250 miles each way, a few times these past three weeks.  My oldest two baby girls w ... discuss

Last week I went to Costco with sour cream and cottage cheese on my list, among other things.  I buy sour cream regularly, but cottage cheese rarely because only a couple of us enjoy it.  Somehow I ... discuss

Ammie makes the most wonderful melt-in-your-mouth Stroganoff. In fact, her family loves this dish so much that they eat it as their traditional Christmas dinner and look forward to it all year. St ... discuss

The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) applauds the decision by Justice Minister, Hon Rob Nicholson, who today announced the appeal of the decision by Justice Lynn Smith in the Carter decision ... discuss

Our family is fixing to switch gears in a few weeks. My husband's work schedule is changing, so he will be home for breakfast!I've never cared for cereal personally and I have my doubts about its nutr ... discuss

While reading We’re Going on a Bear Hunt for our BFIAR book studies, I found some inspiration at  The Adventures of Bear blog and made our own sensory bin based on the story. ... discuss

Sweet and Savory Kale Ingredients 2 TBS Coconut Oil 1 ½ tsp. Onion powder 1 tsp. Granulated garlic 1 TBS. Dijon mustard 3 tsp. White sugar 1 TBS Cider vinegar 1 cup Chicken Broth 4 cups stemmed, tor ... discuss

A ... discuss

1Image Source: http://www.mindcomet.comIf you haven't checked out Pinterest.com yet, it's worth a look. It is the new technology's version of a cork board. People pin things on their boards from arou ... discuss

Buy our parenting ebook! Become an affiliate! The Four Moms: Life in a Shoe,, Smockity Frocks, Raising Olives, and Me We are talking about dating and courtship. This is going to be interesting, be ... discuss

This is the link to the video featuring Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition explaining why Hon. Rob Nicholson, Canada's Justice Minister, must appeal the decisi ... discuss

I know, I know — at my age, I really should be watching what I eat! However, I am guilty of having this weird craving for mayonnaise lately, and I think this recipe is partly to blame for it:Wa ... discuss

Or so my mother tells me. A recipe that has everyone begging for more ... at Meanwhile, Back in the Kitchen. ... discuss

Strider’s mother put together a small cookbook of family recipes for each of her children; this has been an invaluable tool for times when he requests a familiar dish from his growing-up years. One ... discuss

Today, the Christian world celebrates the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul. In the reformed Roman calendar, it is recognized as a solemnity, and is a holyday of obligation in many countries (if not the ... discuss

Just in case I’ve ever come across as a know-it-all, here’s my chance to come clean.  I know nothing about freezer meals.  The closest I’ve come to freezer cooking is precooking p ... discuss

Buy our parenting ebook! Become an affiliate!  The Four Moms: Smockity Frocks, Raising Olives, Life in a Shoe, and MeFreezer Meals- by now, surely everybody has at least heard of freezer meals, al ... discuss

Corn Salad is such a nondescript name. It just doesn’t do this addictive dish justice. It should be called something like ‘creamy-crunchy-cheesarific-corny-salad’. Or just “ ... discuss

I am very happy to post the first installment of my discussion with Ray, who has been interested in my posts on atheism and ethics. For some more background on how this discussion started, please see ... discuss

Ralph Benko by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: Our presidential candidates squared off in Ohio last week, each merrily indicting the policies of the other.  Both speeches lacked one crucial ... discuss

I really splurged this morning on Fathers' Day breakfast - Old English Buttered Eggs. My neighbor gave me some butter and heavy cream last night as she was going away on vacation. I already had eggs, ... discuss

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Press Release                   Friday, June 15, 2012The BC Supreme Court released its decision in Carter v. AG Canad ... discuss

Good morning. A famous trial and a film. A walk in the moldy green listening to the screaming of the trees. Err, well, not quite. Improper Soviets? I thought the term soviet basically meant somethi ... discuss




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