So after all that good stuff yesterday morning the children awoke and I tickled them by saying we were going to make French Toast! One of their favorites and THEY were going to help me!
Elijah and I are slicing the bread for our yummy breakfast…
(People I rarely let myself be in photographs so there you go… so consider yourself special! hee hee)
Eli took the rest of the pics of the French Toast but I didn’t realize he had it on movie so he recorded it instead of taking pictures… so the rest of the pictures didn’t make the cut! But you can take our word for it, it was great!
Updates on Aunt Lynda…
Her surgery was delayed almost 4 hours yesterday… grr…
Being w/o ins… she is tossed around.
She made it through surgery, although it was terribly painful… Zach (her husband) said it was much worse than last time according to my mother. In the last surgery they cut a lot around her eye and it has bothered her because she can not keep it from running and oozing and hurting so this time they sewed her eye shut while they were in surgery cutting the place out of her forehead! I don’t know for how long either, they said because it was such an irritant that it wasn’t healing because of all the rubbing and itching and scratching so this would help it to heal.
They will know on the pathology hopefully in a few days and I will continue to pray that they were able to get ALL of it and she will NOT have to go through any more torture! Please, if you keep a prayer journal, please add her to it, if you just whisper a prayer as you pass my way please do, I appreciate it so much!!!
Mrs. Mo.. nope I don’t have a tuffet so I guess I will have to eat my curds and whey somewhere else!
I will try and put together a whole blog entry on how to and what I do and even if you need a scoby, I can try and get you one as I grow them!
One of my faves!!! And super duper easy!
This is the recipe…
2 lb ground beef
1 large onion
4 cloves of garlic
4 T. flour
2 T. chili powder
1.5 tsp. salt
1 tsp of cumin (I think I use more like a tsp, I like cumin!)
1/2 tsp of ground sage or coriander
1 pint-1 quart of whole kernel corn (drain this)
1 pint-1 quartof black beans (rinse these with water)
4- 8 oz of black olives (drain this too)
1 package of flour tortillas or of course you can make your own
8-16 oz of colby-jack cheese or whatever cheese you prefer
Enchilada sauce (recipe will follow)
In your crockpot smear a little enchilada sauce on the bottom, then lay two tortillas (you will probably have to overlap some) across the bottom of the crock. Add a little ground beef, a little black bean, a little corn, a little olives, a little enchilada sauce and then a little cheese! Do this until you run out of all your stuff besides tortilla shells, sauce, and cheese. Top your enchiladas with another 2 shells, a little more sauce and a good helping of cheese. I set my crock (which PLEASE note it is old and doesn’t get NEARLY as hot as your newer models!) at high for about 4 hours… I can get this ready at lunch time and it is ready at supper! In the meantime mix you up some guacamole, get out your sour cream, and pico de gallo if you like and get ready for a fiesta!!!!!! YUM-O
2 cups tomato sauce
1 T. chili powder
1/4 tsp. cumin
1/4 tsp. ground coriander or sage
1/2 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
Add seasonings to tomato sauce and mix well to combine! Use in place of canned enchilada sauce anytime!!!