Now, I’m NOT saying these are necessarily GOOD for you… just… intriguing. My link of the week is: extreme-leftovers: 10 crazy ways to eat Thanksgiving Day leftovers. My two “have to tries” are:
Stuffing French Toast
Cut slices of leftover Southern cornbread dressing and dredge in a mixture of egg, milk, and vanilla, then fry in butter. Top with maple syrup.
Pumpkin Hummus Falafel
Puree leftover roast squash or pumpkin puree with chickpeas, fresh lemon juice, garlic, and olive oil. Combine with falafel and serve in pita.
Once free from the fast-paced, noisy, and over-scheduled life the hermit can more easily be aware of their needs both personally and in relationships. It becomes possible to listen, truly listen, to one’s inner voice and the voice of God–allowing God to become the sole retreat director.
We’re well in to the “cold and flu” season, but if you haven’t gotten bit by the bug yet, here’s some things that may keep it further at bay. Some of the things they talk about you’ve probably heard before, but a few you may not have – such as eating lean proteins with every meal, cooking with olive or canola oils (I would add a good quality coconut oil in there too), and making sure you’re getting enough Vitamin D