Tuesday, January 18, 2011

grace in sunshine and...cauliflower?

-Fiona, one of the amazing young people I worked with in Belfast, sending me this poster for Presbyterian Church in Ireland's Youth Night, their annual gathering of young people from all over Ireland. Fiona was on the committee organizing it (she's a rockstar) and used my lil' ol' blog as an inspiration. What a kind thing to do. Thanks, Fi! :) It's a pretty wonderful design. (Click on it to see it larger.)

-Making one of my favorite things to eat: roasted cauliflower pasta. I know, you're thinking, "Cauliflower...really?" but let me convince you: it's delicious. Roast cauliflower with garlic and onions, then toss it with penne, parmesan, parsley and toasted pecans and it's just the best. Plus, it's alliterative with all those p's. Ha.

-Glorious warm sunshine that beckoned me (and all of my books) to work on my sermon outside in the back yard.


Lynn said...

That is a gorgeous poster and what a nice tribute to you to use Glimples of Grace!

I'm totally trying that cauliflower dish.

Whitney said...

It's such a nice poster...I may have to get them to mail me one.

The cauliflower pasta is yummy. Adding the pecans was just an impulse thing, but made it so much better. I'm sure that as a Georgian, you can find some pecans somewhere. :)

Lynn said...

Yes - there is a bag of pecans from Ellis Brothers in Vienna, Georgia in my freezer right now. :)