Nov 09 2010

Jason Castro

Dread locks - they can be lots of fun!

His time on one of the world's biggest stages - American Idol - only shared part of his story.  Jason Castro joins us this morning to share his faith in Christ and music from his new album - Who I Am - that comes out today.  To hear and see more of Jason's story, see the video he did for I Am Second.

Jason will be performing a special concert in New York City tonight (8pm Central/6pm Pacific) and you can be there - virtually, be there - click here to watch. 

 

Nov 08 2010

"Encouragement Expert" - Debbie Griffith

 

Need an extra boost today?  Looking for ways to look beyond yourself this week?  We got encouragement in the form of "Encouragement Expert" Debbie Griffith this morning with simple ways in which we all can make a difference.  For more on Debbie, check out her site.

 

Nov 04 2010

Favorite Food Memories - Scott Hutcheson

Close your eyes and think about one of your favorite food memories. Okay, got it? Tell us about it.

  

Scott Hutcheson, who writes about food, family, and community, joins us this morning to talk about our favorite food memories.  Scott is also an awesome cook.  Below is the recipe he shared with us this morning.

 

 

Mom’s BBQ Meatloaf

1 pound lean ground beef

½ pound ground mild breakfast sausage

1 teaspoon Kosher salt

½ yellow onion, finely chopped

1 cup milk

2 cups crushed corn flakes

3 eggs well beaten

 

Place ingredients in a large bowl and mix well with hands. Shape into a rectangle shaped loaf (about 10” x” 4 x 2” high) and place on a 9-13 parchment-lined baking sheet. Cover with one-half of sauce (see recipe below), and bake at 375 degrees for 50-60 minutes or when the internal temperature reaches 160 degrees. Makes about six servings.

 

Sauce

2 cups catsup

½ cup water

3 tablespoons white vinegar

2 tablespoons sugar

2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce

 

Add all ingredients to a medium nonreactive saucepan and bring to a simmer. Let simmer for ten minutes. Pour half of sauce on loaf prior to baking. Preserve the other half to serve with the meatloaf

 

Note: I’ve tied this recipe using ground turkey, turkey sausage (usually available in the freezer section), and egg substitutes. It works well and reduces the fat and cholesterol.

 

For more recipes and stories of food, family, and community go to www.scotthutcheson.com

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Nov 03 2010

WOW, God! No Doubt About It There is a God!

Wow, God - is there something you want to share that has happened to you (or someone you love) that makes you know there's a God? A "wow God" story?

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