Skin pumpkin just like a cantaloupe and slice in the same way.
Pour an inch of water in the bottom of a pan and toss in the sliced pumpkin.
I served with chicken breasts topped with pesto and a side dish of steamed kale doused with balsamic vinegar.
Waiting for something to grow in our lives takes patience.
Therefore, be patient brethren, until the coming of the Lord. See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, waiting patiently for it until it receives the early and latter rain. You also be patient. James 5:7-8
The pumpkin picked too soon would have been bitter.
What to do while you wait?
Tell God all that is in your heart, as one unloads one’s heart to a dear friend. People who have no secrets from each other never want subjects of conversations; they do not weigh their words, because there is nothing to be kept back. Fenelon
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Ann Kroeker said:
You are something else, lady! Growing and cooking that fabulous pumpkin? Awesome work! We have the joy of eating our own apples grown from our own trees in our own back yard. I thought if you when we planted the trees last year, remembering your house here in town that had the apple tree in the back yard. I loved that. Now we will have at least a few apples of our own!
By the way, would you believe that I broke my WordPress blog and wasn’t able to get it fixed until this week? That’s never happened before, being off for so long and completely incommunicado. I couldn’t explain anything to my readers! I felt like I was dropped into a cell and not allowed any outside communication. So strange. Anyway, the blog is up and running as of mid-morning today, in case you want to link up to Food on Fridays again.
Have a wonderful weekend, and I’ll be in touch about the books that we discussed!