Apparently, my family thinks I make the best homemade popcorn in town.
So I thought would share my recipe with my readers.
3 Tablespoons oil
1/3 cup corn kernels
sea salt, season to taste
parmesan cheese, dried in shaker bottle
I pop corn on the stovetop and use 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 2 tablespoons of canola oil. I add 1/3 cup of pop corn and cover with lid and use the hightest heat. When they start to pop, then shake pan vigorously back and forth on burn until the popping dies down. As soon as it stops popping I pour it into a bowl. But only half of the batch I pour into a bowl and sprinkle sea salt and parmesan cheese over the pop corn in the bowl. Add the rest of the pop corn and sprinkle sea salt and parmesan cheese on the rest. Shake lightly and serve.
With only 5 days until Christmas, I am continuing my one item a day sale. Today's sale is for this lovely reversible apron for only $24! This sale is for my blogger and facebook friends. only. Check out the heartnsow.com Code: countdownsale005
Brown apron with turquoise butterflies and polka dots.
Reversed side of the sale apron, brown with retro turquoise flowers.
This is at artfire.com
1) Give God one very special gift just from you to him
Maybe your gift to God will be toforgive someoneyou've needed to forgive for a long time. You may discover that you've given a gift back to yourself.
Perhaps your gift will be to commit tospend time with God daily!
2) Set aside a special time to read the Christmas story in Luke 1:5-56 through 2:1-20
3) Set up a Nativity scene in your home
4) Plan a project of good will this Christmas
A adopt a family, visit the elderly, help them do shopping or yard work. Find someone with a genuine need, involve your whole family and see how happy you can make someone this Christmas.
5) Take a group Christmas caroling in a nursing home or a children's hospital.
6) Give a surprise gift of service to each member of your family
The idea of giving an unexpected gift of service to members of your family is to demonstrate Christ-like love and service. You might consider giving a back rub to your spouse, running an errand for your brother, or cleaning out a closet for your mother. Make it personal and meaningful and watch the blessings multiply.
7) Set aside a time of family devotions on Christmas Eve or Christmas morning:
Before opening the gifts, take a few minutes to gather together as a family in prayer and devotions. Read a few Bible verses and discuss as a family the true meaning of Christmas.
8) Attend a Christmas church service together with your family.
9) Send Christmas cards that convey a spiritual message.
10) Write a Christmas letter to a missionary or to a solider.
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