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Chris Fabry
Married to Andrea since 1982. We have 9 children together and none apart. Our dog's name is Tebow.
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After finding and remediating mold twice in our Colorado home, we abandoned ship in October 2008. Because of the high levels of exposure, our entire family was affected. After months of seeing different specialists for all of the problems, we came to Arizona to begin comprehensive treatment to rid our bodies of the toxic buildup. In August 2009 we moved into a larger home, four bedrooms, south of Tucson, north of Mexico. I am doing my daily radio program/ writing from that location. Thanks for praying for us. We really feel it.

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Monday, May 19, 2008
Tana, who called on the program, has provided the following recipe for cornbread using "field corn."

Use any "from scratch" corn bread recipe and just sub the good stuff for the store bought. I am pretty sure store bought corn meal is processed from regular field corn as are corn flakes. Sweet corn or popcorn would be the other alternatives. If you watch the corn fields this fall, you can go pick up ears off the ground after the cornpicker goes thru. You probably already know then that most of the ears on the groundare found where the picker makes its turns. Or you can ask a farmer as I did -- one of our volunteer worship leaders who is a farmer -- for some that he has stored. Or you can go to a local elevator and buy some from them, checking to make sure it is "as is" from the field and not sprayed with something.

Perfect Corn Bread
1 cup sifted all-purpose flour (I use unbleached)1/4 cup sugar (more of less depending on how sweet you like your cornbread)4 teaspoons baking powder3/4 teaspoon salt1 cup yellow corn meal (Mix all the above and then stir in til just smooth:)
2 eggs
1 cup milk
1/4 cup soft shortening (I usually use oil anymore.)
Do not overbeat. Greased 9x9 pan. 425 degree oven. 20 to 25 minutes
(If you use muffin cups or corn breadstick pans, don't bake as long.)


prayer said...

Thursday's program talked about trash in a problemnatic person, which I had a good friend that is a Christian, we enjoyed our friend-ship for at least 30 years.She tended to be intiminating, I put up with it for many years. If I would say the wrong thing thats silly, not intending any relation to her family, but in a general conversation, she would get angry, & call me and ream me out about it.I would apologize, but it only stopped her to take time to take a breath and start all over again. I would get tired of this & hand up. She would call back & said I had no right to hang up. After a few more times, I said I will see you in heaven & hung up. That really didn't solve anything. We did make up but I had to walk on eggs, as time went on she started to vent on me for anything that I didn't agree with. Even at my husband when he made a mistake playing cards, until I intervened & said you don't talk to my husband that way. Later she gave an excuse for her behavior but never apologized.
Well the friendship on my part grew colder, especially when she had such a dislike for the Republican Party. All we heard about how great the Democratic P was. We went out for lunch the last time, and she embarassed me as she couldn't take some Biblical truth that God was the One Who put presidents in office for His purposes. And I really got her mad as I said instead of sitting in front of the TV watching politics, read the Bible and find out what God says, esp since the stuff written by non-Christians are possibly of the devil to attain his agenda. She got loud & offensive, I was embarrased by her words. We parted and I really was hurt, but I gave it over to the Lord and prayed about it. After 3 months we weren't in touch much. But verses from the Bible kept coming into my mind that I wrote down, finally put it into a letter mentioning things she said and was she had done. I prayed over that letter and sent it off. She was really mad,only could see things I brought up, I did end the letter that I really cared about her & the influence she had on her family and other friends. I also said I forgave her for the offenses
and said I only learned a lot because I can be intiminating myself and am working on that part of my life. Its been difficult, I could of kept my mouth shut & not cared enough to respond. signed Care enough

Phil Hoover, Chicago said...

I can give you a GREAT banana pudding recipe...I was raised in the DEEP SOUTH, so you know it would have to be good!