During this time, the people feared the Lord but also served other gods, after the manner of the nations from among whom they had been carried away. The people were doing secretly against the Lord things that were not right…but there’s an example worth noting and following. Hezekiah: 5 He trusted in the LORD, the… Read More
Bar B.Q Tonight is an eat-all-you can restaurant in Jeddah where you can experience Asian/ Indian /Pakistani cuisine at a very affordable price. Located inside Flamingo mall’s food center, Bar B.Q Tonight attracts many people with its grilled food and good quality service. I personally love the great variety of foods they serve. There’s fried fish… Read More
This is a traditional bread in Saudi Arabia. Khubz/kubz is what people call this bread. It is usually plain partnered with hot soothing tea or for Filipinos, coffee. I like its version with cheddar cheese inside which is tastier for me. Another flavor is one with zatar( a green herb) inside. This bread can be… Read More
This is one great way to end a stressful day. Sipping a hot chocolate while reading a favorite book. -sigh- Here’s an easy recipe which my husband uses. Ingredients Sugar HERSHEY’S Unsweetened Cocoa Fresh milk (hot) Mini marshmallows (I prefer the white ones. The colored aretoo fruity in flavor for a hot chocolate)Directions 1. Stir together sugar… Read More
The great lesson to be learned from Abraham’s faith in God is that he was prepared to do anything for God. via My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers.
I’ve always wanted to have recipe books, but a little hesitant to buy thinking that they would just end up dusty on the shelves. However, when I saw a post from Foodie in Arabia, where I saw behind the dish she prepared the cookbooks that were simply lined up in the kitchen, I was inspired. I… Read More