Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Tasty Tuesday

Hi Y'all, how is everything in your life today? We are off in a bit to do some errands then back home to work some in yard.
I have to teach Jr Church Sunday, so I have been praying about what to teach, and what would hold the 
children's interest, it has been a very long time since I taught children, I have been a women's teacher for
many years now, I used to teach Jr girls SS when I first started out, and I really loved it, so we will see how God gives this week. I think I have decided on  teaching the story of  "7 Ducks in Muddy Water", it is one of my favorites,it is in 2 Kings 5 where Naaman is told by God to go dip himself 7 times in the Jordan River and he thought he was too good for that at first...The Jordan was so much dirtier than the other rivers around, and so he wanted to go to one of them, but God said, no go to the Jordan, so he finally went down to the Jordan and dipped himself 7 times in the muddy water, came up clean as a new born baby, Leprosy all gone, now that is what we get when we obey God, obedience is definitely the way to keep in God's good graces, he really wants us to be an obedient child of his, just as we expect obedience from our children, God expects obedience from his children.This  is a very good and a story of obedience to God. So yes do pray for me, that God will direct my lips and my thoughts that I may bring honor to him. Now lets look at our good recipe for this Tasty Tuesday.

Here is a good little home made ice recipe for you, it is good, and it is easy to make.

Georgia Peach Ice Cream

6 eggs, beaten
3 1/2 cups white sugar
10 fresh peaches, pitted and chopped
4 cups heavy cream
2 cups half-and-half cream
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
3/4 teaspoon salt
In large bowl, mix together eggs and sugar until smooth; puree peaches in blender or food processor and stir 5 cups of puree into egg mixture. Stir in cream, half-and-half, vanilla and salt and mix well.
Pour mixture into freezer canister of ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer's instructions.



Aliene said...

Hi Barbara, I remember "seven ducks in muddy water." My grands had a cassette with it on there. It should make a goodstory for the children.
Got your e-mail but when I tried to e-mail something happens. I will try again today.
All those good ole recipes makes my mouth water. Think they would do okay with Splendor? Being diabetic ~ No fun!

Anonymous said...

You continue to taunt me with your yummy peachy desserts!

Your plans for Sunday sound excellent for the young folks.

Farmgirl Cyn said...

Mmm, mmm. Peach ice cream. I might just have to try this! Peaches are one of my all time favorite fruits!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Barbara, I probably have said this before many times---but I LOVE the look of your blog... The background and colors are gorgeous.

I remember that book and story... Kids will love it...When I taught kids YEARS ago, I could keep their attention by bringing them into the story... Certain words --some would say when it was their turn; Other words for others, etc.... They love to participate --and will listen carefully. Good Luck.. You will do fine.


Theresa said...

Oh yes, dear Barbara... we can sure learn a lot about obedience from that story:)

Thanks for the peach ice cream recipe! I just stopped and bought some peaches a few minutes ago!

Have a blessed day my friend:) HUGS!

Camille said...

You are making me crave some of that homemade yumminess!! :)

I think the story you are thinking of for the children's class is wonderful! I *love* it that his leprosy did not gradually disappear...it was INSTANTLY gone when he came up AFTER the final dip in the river! THAT would have taken faith! What would have happened if he gave up after SIX dips?? Interesting thought...

Have a wonderful week!

Cathy said...

I think that is a great lesson, Dear. Praying for God's guidance ~ And the ice cream looks yummy.

Karen said...

I would love to sit in on your Sunday lesson....

Homemade peach ice cream? Yum, yum...

Beth.. One Blessed Nana said...

You are making me HUNGRY here today. I need to get more into baking... I really do.

What is that scrumptious looking food in the top right corner of your header???? I want it!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Barbara!

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog to say hello :-) What a wonderful recipe!!! It looks delicious :-)