|Let Bible Reading Get Back to Basics|
The best tools and strategies are deceptively simple.
I learned to cook with the most basic tools under the tutelage of my stepmother, the inheritor of kitchen magic from generations before her. Bacon was fried in a cast-iron skillet, turned with a fork. Pie crust was formed with a wire pastry cutter in a mixing bowl. Biscuits were cut using an empty can. Simple tools, employed faithfully, yielding all manner of goodness.
But as my interest in cooking grew, I moved on to more complicated tools that promised less work or mess. My kitchen brimmed with ...
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Let Bible Reading Get Back to Basics