Post a pic, recipe and any notes!
Extra points for Thanksgiving sides.... just sayin'!
A parable can be loosely described as a short, fictional narrative that draws the reader into an insight concerning some aspect of faith and life. Parables often work best when they challenge commonly held attitudes and unmask the poverty of some widely held value. Parables are generally structured in a very simple and stark way, with a narrative that avoids any unnecessary detail that may detract from the central, evocative message.–Peter Rollins
It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.
–Henry David Thoreau
|My kitchen cabinets have needed a REALLY good cleaning. |
(Why again do I clean anything when I have children?)
|I also needed to touch up the polyurethane. I used|
Denatured Alcohol as directed and got all the greasy finger prints
and general drips and stuff off.
One thin and quick coat of polyurethane and I was done.
|Here they are drying. Aren't that pretty?!|
One more fix-it done!!
|Damage like this knick were all over the house.|
Scuff marks from soccer balls don't come off ... ever.
|Sand, fill, sand, prime, paint, repeat|
|Step 1. Make rub.|
Step 2. Apply rub to ribs (this was done by my oh-so-able assistant, Rebekah). Let them sit and marinate a bit. We left ours out on the counter for about 30 minutes.
|Step 3. Sear on the grill. About 5 minutes (or less) per side)|
Step 4. Cook in oven (covered well with foil) at '325 for about 1 1/2 hours...or until meat is tender.
|Step 5. Serve 'em up!|
|Step 6. (This is the best part!) EAT!!! |
We paired ours with grilled corn on the cob and watermelon.
|Finger licken' good.|
|Emptied cupboard which causes more mess.|
|A more organized supply center.|