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    "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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Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Dorothy Horton

I had scrambled eggs and a fresh peach! Although I enjoyed my lunch, I would have loved sampling your lunch, too! :-)

Tammy  C

Laughing because I really dislike peas.

I had left over pizza for lunch.


Granny and my Mum would make a great pair, Mum is the resident (green) pea sheller. Do you know I've never had black eyed peas fresh, only dried. How long do they need to be cooked for when fresh?

That first photo is an absolute classic! Congrats to the photographer.


Rose, we cook them for about 15 minutes in the pressure cooker.

Here is a recipe for boiling them and it says they take about half an hour:


Oh my lands, those peas look delicious! Granny is such a sweet gal. :)


Salmon fillet and guacamole. Glad you could enjoy your peas.


Tuna, yup, we had plain old tuna salad. But I would have LOVED your beans and Buttered Tomato Biscuits. These biscuits MUST be a southern thing. We had never heard of them until moving from NY to VA. Last summer, a neighbor told me that her children and grandchildren would just about drop everything if they heard Grandma was making Tomato Biscuits for lunch. AND - I just saw a recipe for Pimento Cheese Tomato Biscuits - imagine that!! I'm quickly learning to LOVE southern food! (and the people a pretty nice, too:-) God bless you all.


Love peas and especially ones fresh from the garden. Your lunch sounded like it was quite delicious! Spaghetti was on the menu here.




Your pressure cooker looks exactly like the one I use which was my mothers. It's still going strong but I need to find a new gasket for it. My favorite meal to cook in it is pork chops, sauerkraut and potatoes.


Becky Ensinger

Hummus, raw veggies, and corn chips!

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