Last night, as the snow was coming down, we were nestled together with friends in town, sharing a meal.I was looking at the beautiful hostess, holding and juggling her baby on her hip, as she was greeting and hugging guests. We end with communion, a large piece of bread and a cup of wine. When I think about food, and what it means to us–as a society, as friends and family, and as a community–beyond nourishment, it really does changes our lives.Hair pulled back, comfortable in her own skin, wise and mature beyond her years, hospitality in her eyes. Every week we gather with new friends in their home, usually with a theme for supper in mind (this week – southern cooking! I’m sure you have your own stories of sharing food and recipes with others in your home. Seeing the way that other people entertain always makes me smile.No matter what your style, or what you are serving, life is definitely best shared with company, eating together.It is fascinating to see how countries and cities have changed their names over the decades, and the results of wars that have moved boundaries.
Twenty-five teams gathered for the annual So Cal Adventist Robotics League Challenge tournament. Free services include dental, eye exams and glasses, lab tests, hearing tests, ultrasound, massage, lifestyle counseling, mental health counseling, haircuts, children's program. They also provide valuable legal services to the public through the OU Legal Clinic and Students for Access to Justice. Students also have the opportunity to earn joint degrees, travel abroad and gain practical experience through numerous clinics, competitions and legal publications at OU Law.Make the dressing, flavored with sweet onion and garlic, in the blender ahead of time.You can double the recipe, and refrigerate for up to 4 days!