Lettuce Turkey

It’s hard to pull a meal together when the oven is taken up with a big old fat turkey, isn’t it? I’m giving you this saving grace recipe now. Print it off and save it in case I forget to repeat it for Thanksgiving or Christmas.

  1. Cook the turkey the day before.
  2. Carve the turkey into serving size slices.
  3. Separate Romaine lettuce leaves.
  4. Wash them and pat them dry.
  5. Put a layer of Romaine lettuce in an aluminium pan or large roast pan.
  6. Add a layer of turkey.
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6, ending with a layer of Romaine leaves.
  8. Cover tightly with foil and put in fridge.
  9. To heat the turkey, add about ¼ cup water to the pan.
  10. Heat in 250ºF oven till turkey is at the desired serving temperature.

P.S. Here is God’s recipe for lettuce: Let Us Love One Another.

“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35, NIV)

Prayer – Lord we pray that you give us the strength to do just that. Amen

Ewe’s Not Fat. Ewe’s Fluffy

Oh don’t we love Luke 15:4?

What man of you, if he has a hundred sheep and should lose one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the wilderness (desert) and go after the one that is lost until he finds it?

Christ coming after us…what a great picture. Christ chasing down his sheep, for that is what he calls us. Sheep!

Mark 14:27? Not such a favourite.

Mark 14:27-And Jesus said to them, You will all fall away this night [that is, you will be caused to stumble and will begin to distrust and desert Me], for it stands written, I will strike the Shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered.
Think that is not possible? Oh no, not me! I will follow him wherever he goes!  Ha!

ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP) – First one sheep jumped to its death. Then stunned Turkish shepherds, who had left the herd to graze while they had breakfast, watched as nearly 1,500 others followed, each leaping off the same cliff, Turkish media reported Friday.

In the end, 450 dead animals lay on top of one another in a white pile, the Aksam newspaper said. Those who jumped later were saved as the pile got higher, cushioning the fall, the daily newspaper Aksam reported.

Be sure you know your Leader.  Read and study the  Word of God. Know what truth looks like. Other wise you might follow another sheep…and you might not land on their fluffies.

A Turkey Masquerade

I am delighted to announce that my blog


has been nominated under the ‘new blog’ category in the  2010 blog awards.

I feel a bit like a cartoon I saw this week.

The farmer is standing with ax in hand and the turkey beside him is yelling “Woof!  Woof!’

That’s me. Surprised to find that I am nominated and feeling like an impostor.

There are so many great blogs and great writers……

You can find the links  the right of this note.

You are allowed to vote for your favourites….

Brenda J. Wood