Southern French Toast

One of the first versions of french toast has been traced back as far as the Roman Empire. The name “french toast” was first used in England as early as the 17th-century . The recipe were adapted in America by many early settlers. The French call this dish the “pain perdu,” which means “lost bread.” It was called the lost bread because the french…

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Fasting for the New Year

#DanielFast It’s that time of the year again, when most churches engage in a corporate fast. Fasting, in biblical terms, is a time where you diligently seek God. Believers put aside their flesh and give back to God, that which is already his. In biblical times, many fasted and prayed. Not only is fasting good for you spiritually, but also…

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Restaurants quantity decreases while prices increase

Have you ever driven around your city looking for places to eat? Nothing seems appealing.  No one can agree upon anything.  Someone wants this,  but not that.   We’ve gone through that scenario so many times.   Also, we have one child that thinks the sun rises and sets on her bottom.  If she doesn’t have her way,  she pouts.…

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