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    • #36876
      tenderreed
      Participant

      What I was doing when the Rapture hit?!

      Naturally on RITAN blogging!  Lifting His name! And fellowshipping with the saints!

      That’s my story and I’m sticking with it!

      Also planning our lunch menu with Geri and Tammie!

      TR

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    • #36885
      Geri7
      Participant

      :mdrmdr:   Me too… I will probably by typing on this board or emailing cyber friends discussing prophetic events as we hear the glorious trumpet sound!

      Um … just make sure there is no fish entrees or fish hors d’oeuvre on that lunch menu. B-)   Or I will just be giving you the royal :bye:  and waiting for the next meal of Italian or French cuisine. :whistle:

       

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    • #36891
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      Good thing Tammie is on that staff or else the really delicious foods would be excluded! ;) :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

      Luke 24:42

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      • #36895
        Tammie
        Participant

        :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: For you Yohanan- a nice slice of warm, heavenly, sweet butter rolls with honey butter. And we haven’t even gotten to the main meal yet! :yahoo:

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    • #36892
      tenderreed
      Participant

      What no fried shrimp?!  No scampi?!

      Now that’s Italian!  Maybe you could do the dessert menu!

      TR

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    • #36893
      Tammie
      Participant

      I should be blogging here, working on verses, and puzzling! Yes, I multitask most of my day away :mdrmdr: Of course if it is at the hour I am hoping, I will not be working at the job thing, :calvin

      Menu ideas: start with a nice cup of Mocha – yum, warm ya to the core – :mdrmdr: :good: , wonderful salad with all the garnishes (I’m not much on radishes, can we keep those to the side please?), or do you prefer the salad last? That’s typical for European cultures …. main meal, I would love to try some of the heavenly manna (not the stuff in the jars kept in the ark of the covenant but fresh please) —- dessert ideas? Oh it’s going to be grand! :prayer-hands: :flyup:

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    • #36896
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Your killing me Sis!

      TR

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      • #36904
        Geri7
        Participant

        I know … I’m really getting concerned … between the Mocha drinks contaminating the dessert banquet tables and the Fish on the main entree or hors d’oeuvre tables …  I’ll be :groan  ing …

        I can handle sweet and soar candy Fish though with no problem … just not anything coming out of the deep sea or lakes/rivers! :negative:

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      • #36908
        Tammie
        Participant

        Fried tilapia, sautéed Tuna, or grilled Salmon was next on my list —- girl, you have got to get with the program here, the heavens are the limit! :mdrmdr:

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    • #36901
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      Yes Tammie! Salad last. That is how my mother (Italian) serves it. Keep the ideas coming! You are truly getting to TR….and me :)

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      • #36905
        Tammie
        Participant

        Then we must absolutely start with a fried blooming onion! No worries on the cholesterol and that with a ranch dip, awesome! Maybe even a Caprese (tomato, mozzarella, pesto) — oye vey! :yahoo: :heart:

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      • #36910
        Geri7
        Participant

        YES!  Salad was served last in our house too!  But my sister-in-law and brother-in-law were not Italian and they insisted on eating their salad first. :scratch:   They claim all the restaurants serve it that way.  I said that is because they are slow in preparing the meal and want you to fill up on salad and not complain about the wait time.

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      • #36919
        Tammie
        Participant

        In Europe they serve salad last because they believe it clears the palette. Mostly to enjoy the dessert! That was what I was instructed on during my various travel to them foreign lands … :wacko: always had salad last, all over Europe, Russia, Austria, and Netherlands. Not sure about China, Australia, Ireland (next trip), or Middle East, haven’t been there!

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      • #36921
        Geri7
        Participant

        Yep, I agree!  Especially if your salad dressing is balsamic vinegar and olive oil.  It prepares the stomach for sumptuous desserts!

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      • #36911
        Tammie
        Participant

        So many options and only an eternity to enjoy! :mdrmdr: :yahoo: :wacko:

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    • #36903
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      Geri, did you look up Luke 24:42 yet? ;-)

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      • #36906
        Tammie
        Participant

        Sneaky Pete you are! :mdrmdr: I still prefer the walking thru walls thing! Or at least, just appearing as my fav! ;-)

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      • #36907
        Geri7
        Participant

        Um no … Isn’t it the story of the rebellious son who crawled back home and his father had a robe, a ring and a juicy fatted calf on the dinner table?

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      • #36909
        Tammie
        Participant

        Yeah, that’s a no! :mdrmdr: Ok compromise idea here —- a delicious table with gorgeous fried items, a baked items table (honey ham, etc), don’t forget the soups, I adore a great Tomato Bisque w/cheese….

        Speaking of cheese, we have to have a cheese tray and veggie tray for starters too!
        Yes, I know the verse well that says “For the kingdom of God is not a matter of eating and drinking but of righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.” Romans 14:17

        Butttttt- it doesn’t discount eating and drinking either! :mdrmdr:

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      • #36914
        Geri7
        Participant

        Mmmm… now you’re talking Tammie! :good:    With fried onions, French fries, almost anything fried well except for anything that swims or floats in water.

        Do you like olives and bruschetta?

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      • #36923
        Tammie
        Participant

        I adore black olives (Ate almost a whole can one thanksgiving) and stuffed green olives, Yes on the bruschetta as well….especially on Chicken…. how are you on pasta? Stuffed shells with spinach and Ricotta is a favorite. :good:

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      • #36926
        Geri7
        Participant

        YES!  Yummy! :yes:

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      • #36912
        Geri7
        Participant

        Good grief.  Boiled FISH??!

        Disclaimer … my like is only a 1/2 like. B-)

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      • #36927
        Tammie
        Participant

        Nope, I don’t do boiled fish, that’s a yuk in my book! Fried or baked only on the fish!   :-(

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    • #36913
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Ok surf and turf is out!  Well not at Geri’s table.

      Italion is good, chinese is good, american is good, mexican is good, phillipino is good.

      Sounds like buffet is the way to go!

      TR

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      • #36917
        Geri7
        Participant

        Yes, Buffett table is the way to go!  Now that we got the main course agreed upon … what about the veggies …

        Warning heads up … the smell of steam broccoli and cabbage will make me barf. :wacko:   So can we waive those items from the table too? ;-)

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      • #36925
        Tammie
        Participant

        Steamed cabbage is definitely off! I love cabbage but only as a slaw or mashed or rice! Steamed, never! Now steamed Broccoli and cheese I can do, but I do prefer my broccoli raw in a salad or just to eat, like a veggie tray! Have you ever had Borscht soup? I actually learned to make it when in a Belarus and I make a great Borscht with beef and sour cream added —- yummy! :good: :bye:

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      • #36930
        Tammie
        Participant

        TR, I can make a great Lumpia (Not egg roll) for you too! One of my favorites, had that at my wedding, kind of an international thing, cause of the way I was raised, been way to many places and have friends, relatives from lots of countries! The Philippines also does the boiled fish heads, but that’s a no in my book. I can make lumpia and pancit as traditional dishes from the Philippines.

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    • #36918
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Your goofy, but cute!

      One question?  What’s a veggie?!

      TR

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      • #36924
        Geri7
        Participant

        Veggies are side dishes of various vegetables.

        Here’s a half way deal  … if the broccoli is raw and the cabbage is prepared like  coleslaw I can tolerate it.  Hey, I can even eat coleslaw but not steamed cabbage.

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    • #36920
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Ok a Geri tolerant table is in order!

      No doubt her and three others at the table will enjoy!

      Nah, 5 others at least!

      Love ya Sis!

      TR

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    • #36931
      Kent
      Participant

      I like it all!  So I’ll be all over the place!

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      • #36933
        Tammie
        Participant

        You are expected and a chair is waiting for you! What would your favorite food be to add to the mix? Oh and not to completely throw the thread off track, what will you likely be doing when the rapture occurs? :mdrmdr: :good:

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    • #36935
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Lumpia is good.  Cole slaw with white sugar and green onions .  Chicken Adobe also.

      Indeed getting back to the thread!

      Mostly holding my breath like I’m waiting to see what is behind door #1.

      TR

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      • #36954
        Geri7
        Participant

        Waiting to see what’s behind Door #1 :mdrmdr:   Reminds me of Let’s Make A Deal.  Well … I’m almost positive there will never be a booby prize up in heaven … only good things.

        Sorry for the thread jack. :rose:   Can’t say we aren’t … consistent, eh? ;-)

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    • #36936
      Kent
      Participant

      A favorite. Hmmmm. I have a terrible time looking at a menu. Someone onetime wondered if I was picky. I said no, I like it all. That’s the problem. I really enjoy dishes with pasta and noodles. Pies: peach, cherry, rhubarb, chocolate. Surf and turf. And PIZZA!

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      • #36942
        Tammie
        Participant

        I love a great strawberry and rhubarb pie with whip cream or vanilla ice cream on top! Yummy :good: :yahoo:

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    • #36938
      tenderreed
      Participant

      And those are just the samplers!

      TR

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    • #36939
      Kent
      Participant

      What will I be doing?  Playing with the dog. She loves to play fetch. Maybe riding my bicycle. A big possibility is that I will be studying prophecy.

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      • #36944
        Tammie
        Participant

        I have often prayed that I don’t want to be driving as I don’t want my car to hurt anyone once I’m gone. Because of the plannedemic, I don’t drive as much, so answered prayers! :prayer-hands:

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    • #36943
      tenderreed
      Participant

      So many favorites!  Hard to choose.  Many I haven’t even had yet!

      But again, just anxiously waiting in anticipation!  Being flooded with so many emotions at once.

      A life in review, with much regret!

      TR

       

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      • #36945
        Tammie
        Participant

        Yes TR, I get that too! So many things I wish I had gotten done for the Lord…. so many wrong turns in the road taken! A life not without its scars of battles lost. Titus 2:12-13 is a verse, I wish I had learned very early in my Christian walk along with Hebrews 12:15, Proverbs 4:14-15 and finally Colossians 3:1-4. But I am forever grateful for His steadfast enduring love. This past week a lot of praying to God for His unshakable promise of eternity to those who love him, long for His appearing, and by faith trusting in the finished work of Calvary … He chose us, He glories in us, we are His righteousness through Christ. :prayer-hands:

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    • #36952
      tenderreed
      Participant

      God’s grace opens the door and his forgiveness escorts in!

      TR

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    • #36972
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      All this talk of vegetables and no one mentions asparagus! Or grilled okra! mmmmmmmm! Two of my favorite veggies.

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      • #36973
        Tammie
        Participant

        Ok —- I can do the grilled asparagus (bring on the butter), but I am sorry, I have grown Okra, cooked it, but just can’t tolerate it in any shape or form …. :negative:  Can I offer some. “Real” corn bread (NOT, corn cake), corn bread cooked in the iron skillet (only way to cook it and my kids grew up knowing, don’t put mom’s iron skillet in the soapy water EVER) —- yes, you are correct, I’m very much a Southern Girl at heart! Bring on the sweet tea, black-eyed peas cooked with ham-hocks! Pecan pie is also a specialty of mine per my family! I use a lot of iron pots and pans to cook with both at home and camping – best ever! Wonder if I can take mine with me :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: . You know, George Washington’s mom put hers in her will, they are that valuable and that was the number one item packed in the movement westward in settling the country back in the day! Ok that is totally a squirrel moment! My apologies :yes: ;-)

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      • #36976
        Geri7
        Participant

        Woohoo … I DO like asparagus!  But it hast to be sautéed with a little olive oil, sprinkled parmesan-Romano cheese AND almond flakes.

        I never had okra … must be a south of the border dish since the only people I know that talk about it … live deep deep deep South.  How about fried green tomatoes?  I never tried them but I wouldn’t mind trying them.

         

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    • #36974
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      Tammie, try rubbing okra with olive oil and grill it. It is nothing like any way you’ve had it before. The offensive slimy nature disappears when its grilled.

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      • #36977
        Geri7
        Participant

        Eek so Okra is offensive and slimy??  Okay … never mind I’m scratching that off my bucket list.  :negative:   I should have known … anyone who likes gator and snake meat doesn’t mind slimy Okra. :-(

        Tammie, the corn bread and ham sounds great! :good:

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      • #36980
        Geri7
        Participant

        Ooh … correction …  I googled what Okra taste like and it said

        “Okra has a mild, almost grassy flavor that is uniquely okra. While it’s sometimes compared to the taste of eggplant or green beans …”

        I LOVE eggplant but it hast to be fried … dipped in flour and egg mixture first.  So I think I might like Okra if I do the same and just add tomato sauce and melted mozzarella cheese.  Yum!

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      • #37004
        Tammie
        Participant

        Nope, Geri trust me on this one — try it Yohanan’s method of grilled — even the tomato will not get rid of the okra slime! :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

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      • #37020
        Geri7
        Participant

        LOL …

        I just googled how to get rid of the slime … they are saying to  reduce the sliminess is to soak the okra in vinegar for half an hour before cooking it. Rinse it and pat dry before cooking.

        I’m so curious if they sell this veggie up here.  You know where I will be tomorrow … at the grocery store … again.   :good:

         

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      • #37011
        Tammie
        Participant

        Beyond awesome, especially with butter on top! I love my corn bread … up north where I have visited they typically serve corn cake – just nasty, way to sweet and sticky, not like corn bread at all in my humble opinion. Now I like many of my veggies raw, but a great French dish with egg plant, squash, onions, tomatoes, peppers, is Ratatouille— Oh my, I could eat a whole pot of that marvelous meal. Some times I have added a high quality beef, cut in small chunks and sautéed first — I should have been a chef instead of medicine! :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr: I’m going to have to work hard at the Romans 14 verse …. :mdrmdr: :mdrmdr:

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      • #37025
        Yohanan
        Moderator

        Food is medicine, Tammie! :yes:

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      • #37002
        Tammie
        Participant

        Yohanan I will try that IF we are still here! Gotta get some! I don’t grow it anymore. Sounds good! Thx for the tip! Yep slime is not my thing! :good:

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    • #36986
      Trust His Timing
      Participant

      Heavenly fare will be far beyond what our human pallets enjoy….it will be tops over any of these suggestions….beyond our wildest dreams and memories of food. Horray! Bring it on!

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    • #36991
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Trust His Timing has the right idea!

      But we do need some of those old time viddles to go with the old time religion!

      What’s an Italian doing eating okra?!  Must be southern Italian!

      TR

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    • #37001
      Kent
      Participant

      I went to the University of Tennessee Knoxville for my MS. The food down there is amazing. And Tammie is right; cornbread is best prepared in a cast iron skillet. Both the friendly people and the food in Tennessee are exceptional

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    • #37026
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      What’s an Italian doing eating okra?!  Must be southern Italian!

      :mdrmdr: I’m actually from the North, just lived down here for many years. Spent ten years in southern California and still ended up back here. But I’ll try most any food, even okra. Its pretty good fried (w/ketchup), but rubbed with olive oil, salted and grilled is much better to me.

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    • #37031
      tenderreed
      Participant

      What no brussell’s?!

      TR

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    • #37139
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Just staring at the clock right now, will be for the next two days!

      There may be a legal precedence for forcing us to take the vaccine, but they lack proof of this qualifying as a pandemic!

      Drastic measures of this nature usurped upon an entire nation must be proven legally as being necessary as well as safe!

      TR

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      • #37144
        Geri7
        Participant

        From what I’ve been reading 1/2 of Americans refuse to get vaxx … they want to see everyone who holds a political career in Washington and every state senator, governor, mayor, etc. to go ahead and take the shot. :mdrmdr:

        Well, I looked high and low for Okra … nothing local.   I have to drive far far away and they call them “Ladies Fingers” up here in the North.   Its just as well … because it doesn’t sound appealing to my taste buds. B-)

         

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    • #37146
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Good old spaghetti, with olive oil, balsamic vinegar with garlic to dip the french bread in to!  Yum!

      Then a nice lemon cream pie with well baked flakey crust for dessert!

      And a sweet liquor to wash it all down with!

      Not to forget the sorbet!

      TR

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      • #37150
        Geri7
        Participant

        Yum!  Now that’s what I call a sumptuous meal. :yes:

        I would just change one thing … I prefer a “mix drink” of half ginger ale with cran-grape juice. ;-)

        I worry with what the wine is going to be like up in heaven.  Perhaps it won’t be fermented and it will taste more like grape juice? B-)

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    • #37153
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Whatever Geri wants, Geri gets!

      That ‘s why it’s called Heaven!

      TR

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    • #37155
      tenderreed
      Participant

      The best part is great people like you to share it with!

      TR

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    • #37167
      Yohanan
      Moderator

      I’d change one things, too. Even though I love French bread I would have Italian bread instead. That’s how my mom made it growing up. ;-)

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      • #37175
        Geri7
        Participant

        I actually can’t tell the difference in taste between French bread and Italian loaf bread because the Italian Bakery in NJ sold both kinds and the same dough was used just in different format.  So I just thought French bread means its long and narrow loaves whereas Italian is fatter and more rounder … and then there is the braided loaf bread that you easily pull apart and don’t need a knife to slice. They all actually taste the same with toasted sesame seeds on top.  Now just heat the loaf and spread on the butter .. ooh la la. :whistle:   Or in olive oil, etc. :yes:

        That is cool that your mom made the homemade bread!  I know that takes a lot of work kneading the dough by hand.   Since we had the Italian bakery down the road my mom brought the bread but she did make homemade pretzels, donuts, cakes, pies and cavatelli pasta.  I used to help her with the pasta.  Your fingers would get numb from curling the dough. Then when we saw it sold in the frozen section of the grocery store she stopped making the homemade version … it just wasn’t worth the time.  We had milk delivered to the home as well as potato chips … yep … anyone remember … Charles Chips?  It even came with their very own metal canister. :mdrmdr:

        Hahaha now Arthur … as you noticed by now Italians and I’m sure French people center all their activists around delicious food.  Every get-together gatherings are one theme … the main dishes and desserts to feast on … no matter what the occasion is.   B-)

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    • #37169
      Arthur
      Participant

      RITAN’s Law. Threads will always bring up a food reference in 30 posts or less. ;-)

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    • #37173
      Tammie
      Participant

      Are we at 30 post already! We haven’t even started the main dish or dessert! I have been making a few last time meals, I made a Cheeseburger casserole with Tator tots for the crust and obviously in a cast iron skillet – yummy, tastes just like a cheese burger!
      Pulled Bar-B-Que Pork may or may not be allowed in heaven, the pig thing you know, although the Lord did admonish Peter that time!  Any way, slathered with Cole Slaw is the best way to serve this dish up ….

      A great grilled steak with a baked sweet potato and asparagus (of course all grilled) is a must for any banquet.
      I thought I saw mention of a lemon meringue pie, good choice too :good:

       

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      • #37176
        Geri7
        Participant

        Oh all those meals sound soooo good, Tammie :good:   I wish I lived closer … I would be knocking on your door with my plate and fork! B-)

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    • #37177
      Tammie
      Participant

      Well soon you just might be! At least same block! :good:
      With as much as ! Love food, you’d think I be as big as a house, but fortunately, although I love to cook for others, I often forget to eat, I get soooo busy! I’m very good about getting at least breakfast and dinner in, but lunch may be on the fly by and or, I tend to eat a lot of “quick” things, like dried apricots, celery, raisins, nuts, etc…..

      Still looking for that door to open and hear the cry of command and the voice of the archangel with the trumpet blast! Hang in their family, we still are in the window! :prayer-hands:

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    • #37178
      tenderreed
      Participant

      Just as long as the window remains open!

      TR

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      • #37179
        Geri7
        Participant

        Yep, the anticipation is killing me … hoping tonight or tomorrow is the BIG goodbye flight.  If not, the door of heaven remains open until Monday @ sundown on Yom Kippur Sept 28th.

        I’m just pondering if the church still needs to be here to see the rest of the Arab “many” join the party and also watch the Palestinians being forced to the peace table in November … then when the peace makers say “peace and security” … we leave? Or can we leave much earlier and watch from heaven’s balcony seats?

         

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        Todd Tomlinson
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        I vote for balcony seats….

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      tenderreed
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      Ditto!!!

      TR

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      tenderreed
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      Also busy trying to figure out which blasted calendar to use!

      I guess God wants to keep us all guessing?!

      Point is, it will happen and it’s on it’s way!

      I am so good with that!

      TR

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      Tammie
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      Actually, God didn’t mess up the calendar, wait for it …. man did, bet you wouldn’t guess that riddle. :mdrmdr: Yep! Between the Rabbi of old, the Romans and Greeks, add the Pharisees and Sadusees year later to scramble it up a bit more, mostly out of power to change the date that pointed to Messiahs birth (the wise men), wala you have a truly scrambled up calendar. Recently, it has finally been put back together, much to the upset of the current rabbinical leaders. They are now battling regarding the truth in the Essene discovery! Long and the short of it, we are at the door! Any day! Wait, watch, pray, keep the lamp trimmed! :prayer-hands:

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