The shuffling and voice of Jiguang's parent came from inside their home. They had their travel-sacks ready and were preparing themselves for a joyful day.
Months went by as the mother’s stomach grew. She rubbed and loved her blooming body and seldom thought of the dark night with the spirit. The day that Jiguang was born the sun shone bright. Her mother is a strong woman, so her labor was quick and filled with joyful tears.
Made with a side of Avocado Ranch Dressed Salad and a Cocktail. This is a pure favorite to me. I love gravy in any meal and on a sandwich were I can dip it in is a meal goal. New Orleans has helped guide my taste bud to surprisingly simply meals to make and eat. A Roast Beef PoBoy is at the top of my list. It is a great pregame meal or a good meal to have while staying in for a family meal. I went to my local grocery story ( Thank you Food Lion) and got Roasted beef on a 2 setting, the lowest setting. A lot of us are looking for a lighter option than greasy delicious fries so I made a side of salad with a simply Avocado and Ranch “green” dressing that is flavorful with hints of lime. Drinking a bubbly STRONG cocktail always goes well if a hearty sandwich. Four Loko ,the classic, mixed with juice is like the drunk cousin of a mimosa.
Raining day meal full of flavor for a dreary day. You slow cook in a Dutch oven or deep pot but I will be using our Gumbo pot. It is deep enough to fill with larger poultry but not too deep that my arm will get engulfed in it. I will be using a Magic bullet as a blender but a food processor will bring the same results. I found this recipe and I was inspired to try it. Surprisingly, it turned out to be one of my families favorite meals. This is a winner in any restaurant or household because it can have the toppings that you choose. We use veggies, cheese, and sour cream because it is our variation of a chicken soup.
In the meek darkness of the past, a small village sat at the edge of a lush forest. During these times, hope was just a word some spoke to lighten children’s hearts. The elder villagers knew the cost that poverty brought. Age brings tolerance, but once hungry bellies begin to scream into the night, the elders become just as useless as the weak.