Rainbows

As a child growing up, my parents would always call us to the window or even outside to see rainbows. There is something so magical and captivating about them. If you are a believer in God or a follower of Christ rainbows are significant. After the flood, as recorded in the book of Genesis, God … More Rainbows

One Pot Pastalaya

Pastalaya pronounced pasta-lie-a (like jambalaya) is a cross between a pasta dish and jambalaya (the Cajun sausage and rice dish). Is that confusing enough? No matter Pastalaya is delicious! My family devours it, even in its whole food incarnation with whole wheat penne pasta. Pastalaya (slightly adapted from Budget Bytes) Ingredients: 1 tablespoon canola oil 12-ounce package nitrate … More One Pot Pastalaya

Acorn TV

If you have a Smart TV or streaming device, you have the ability to subscribe to Acorn TV. The cost is $4.99 monthly. I subscribed on my Roku streaming device, however, you can subscribe through Amazon Prime as well. I have thoroughly enjoyed my Acorn subscription. It primarily streams series and movies that are from the … More Acorn TV

Grilled Pork Loin

Pork Loin is an inexpensive cut of meat in our area and frequently on sale for under $2.00 a pound. Last night we had one in our refrigerator and my husband decided to throw it on the grill. Once the charcoal was nice and hot, he pushed the coals to one side and placed the … More Grilled Pork Loin