Friday, October 15, 2010

Good Morning, free classes in freezing, Fruit N Cheese Desert Salad

Good Morning !!

It's another wonderful day, here in Alabama. Nice and cool this morning with a high expected in the mid to upper 70's. Lot of sunshine as well. I do have to get to the laundry soon. Maybe today, but by tomorrow for sure. The dogs are really playful today. Part of it because Jerry is home. and they want him to take them for a long walk. I had them out twice already, one a walk across the drive to the hill. but they didn't really want that, they wanted to sniff and dig and I won't let them do that. The lady behind us has a female dog and she's walked over there all the time and so I'm thinking my dogs are smelling where she's been. I need to take my camera out next time I go out and get some more pictures. We are still mostly green here, but more color is showing up. Just the edges of the leaves mostly. There are some weed/wild flower on the hill that I want to take more pictures off. This time without taking the dogs with me. Last time, I ended up in antoher fire ants hill. only got three bites this time. We did have to run a heater overnight to keep the camper warm but it was on low.

Today we will not be doing much at all. Jerry is still job hunting, but it's almost impossible to find a job on Friday. We can hope for a call though.


The more who sign up the more free lessons she will post. The lessons are step by step videos and would be great for moms who want to freeze meals ahead of time or an older child who wants to start helping in the kitchen. She does a great job of making them easy to understand. Here is how to sign up and don't forget to share it with friends and family so she'll post a lot of lessons.
Fruit N Cheese Desert Salad
"From Our Home to Yours"
Ozark First Church of the Nazarene"
1 8oz sugar free cook n serve Vanilla Pudding
1 15oz can Pineapple Chunks packed in Juice, drained. Reserv Juice
6 cups Assorted Fresh Fruit
3/4 cup Light Fancy Chredded Cheese
1/4 cup Orange Juice
In a saucepan, combine dry pudding, reserved pineapple juice and orange juice to make a fruit glaze. Heat over medium heat, stirring constantly until thickened, about 1 minute. Cool. Gently toss fruit glaze with the Pineapple chunks and fresh fruit chunks. Cover and chill until ready to serve. Top each 1 cup serving with 2 Tablespoons cheese.
Makes 6 servings.

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