Food Friday: January 31

I am thinking of starting up a different intermittent series here on the old blog. Why? Because it’s my blog. And I have come to this conclusion: there’s no reason for me to always be serious or selling on here. And that’s what I do a lot of: either serious (mostly) Bible or church issues, with the occasional politics thrown in, or selling books by giving them review publicity. Not that I have ever misled you on a book—I think I’ve called out a few bad ones, and I’ve tried to be honest and not blindly endorse.

But life’s not all about books. It’s not even all about the sermons or the Bible material I do. I actually have other things I like. I like movies. I like fun books. I like sports.

In recent years, though, I’ve realized how much I enjoy cooking. So, I’m going to start blogging about food. Not a whole lot—occasionally on Fridays I’ll write up something I’ve learned or done with food.

Not because I’m an expert, or because it’s earth-shattering. But because it’s a slice of me and my life, and I want to take the occasional personal turn.

I will not tell you I’m running a virtual cooking school, because then you’ll get mad when you get sick from something I do Smile

 

But I hope you’ll join me. And interact. I’ll even use pictures!

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