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NO COOK OF THE WEEK FOR FEB. 23, 2017

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Dec

COOK OF THE WEEK - COWBOY CHURCH COOKS


This picture includes the original Trail Riders of Cowboy Church. Left to right: Steve, Dee, Ron, Pam, Rich, Dusty, Kenny and Big Slim.

This won’t be my usual Cook of the Week article. Big Slim, the leader of the Frontier Trail Riders of the Cowboy Church at Faith United Methodist Church, has helped in the writing of this article. Now if you have ever been to “Cowboy Church” you already know there is some laughter amongst the song and ministry that touches our hearts so you already know that Big Slim isn’t always “ALL SERIOUS”! I have, however, insisted that when we got to the recipes that they be real and not road-side kill as he really wanted to give me things sounding like “Opossum Stew” and stuff like that. When it came to that, I put my foot down. I wonder if Santa even bothered to come down his chimney this year!?! Big Slim, aka Gary Ehrle, has given me a little bit of history about Cowboy Church and also gave me a little background on the individual ‘trail riders’. I have called upon some of the trail riders for a recipe also, as Big Slim only gave me one recipe.

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Dec

CHRISTMAS RECIPES

Christmas is one of the busiest celebrations of the Christian population of the world. But because Christmas has become so commercialized, Christmas is celebrated by many countries around the world, and not just by the Christians in those countries.
Along with caroling and praying, FEASTING has become one American tradition that many of us should probably slow down on but it is just commonplace to have everyone bring and share all the goodies (usually sweet and sugary) they make during the holidays, therefore causing a bit of “over-eating” this time of year. Then comes January and New Year’s resolutions. It is almost a safe bet that many will make at least one resolution to lose weight over the New Year. Of course many soon forget that they even made this resolution!

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