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  • Jeremiah 42:6
    "Whether it is pleasant or unpleasant, we will listen to the voice of the Lord our God to whom we are sending you, in order that it may go well with us, when we listen to the voice of the Lord our God."

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Thursday, August 02, 2007



Quite the cook, Sarah! They do look good. Did you use whole wheat flour? What recipe did you decide to make with your chicken? I LOVE Mexican food! :-) There is a large Mexican population where we now live, and I was just looking over the large Mexican food section at the grocery store last night. How is your Mom and Grannie? Praying for you all!


Yes, I used whole wheat flour. :) I decided to make quesadillas.

Mom got home this afternoon, and Granny is doing okay as well. :)


Those look delicious! We USED to make them, you have inspiried us to try our hand at it again! Your recipes and cooking always look and taste so yummy, I think I'll stop by for a little treat! :)
Hugs to all your family!


Now that is something I have never tired.We eat quesadillas alot in our house so I may have to try making the tortilla from scratch.

Courtney, Jer.33:3

We'll have to try making those sometime!! I just LOVE Mexican food!!
BTW, I have a shirt that looks exactly like yours.


Looks pretty good, I think!

Is that pan as big as it looks in the picture?


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