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I Wanted To Bless But In Return Got Blessed

Monday, March 30, 2020

I usually donate food and clothing to my church every weekend. About a month ago, I went to Dollar Tree and bought a few items to donate. I like to give groceries that I myself would love to receive.

My church has now said to mail money to the church in place of donated items.

So, I have been blessed as I wanted to bless.

For dinner, I am making a taco salad with the refried beans and tostadas I had wanted to donate, along with the cheese and salsa I have in the fridge.

Even my Lenten plans have backfired on me. I was giving up items every day for the 40 days of Lent.

Are you conserving on food and doing with what you have? What is for dinner tonight?

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    56 days ago
    I've been cooking out of our fridge, and pull things from the freezer as space opens up. So we've been having fajitas (I've bought flank steak on sale with $1 off stickers - the price was cheaper than buying hotdogs).

    I'm making spaghetti tonight with some andouille sausage we need to eat up. I've got frozen tomatoes to use for the sauce, along with peppers-onions-celery-cayenne chile powder to make it "Cajun style. I must suggest getting either Mexican Oregano or Marjoram to add to sauces (esp'ly for pizza and pasta sauces).

    Hey, I saw you on cooking for one or two. I'm suspecting it might be for at least one less soon.
    64 days ago
  • READY201811
    Looks great. Improvise a lot as we go to the store every Thursday and whatever I find we mewl plan accordingly
    65 days ago
  • PETRA320
    Looks good!
    65 days ago
    Looks delicious!!! Yummy
    65 days ago
    Just using my pantry and freezer stocks in a judicious manner, now is a great time to meal plan and track nutrition.
    65 days ago
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