There’s nothing like a house full of family and friends for the holidays. Whether you need to wake the family to a delicious breakfast or feed a hungry crowd after a busy day of shopping, keep things simple with some tasty shortcuts from Food Network star Sandra Lee. “The holidays are too short for from-scratch recipes,” says Sandra Lee. “You want to be with your family and friends, instead of being stuck in the kitchen.” That’s easy to do with recipes from her books, “Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Weeknight Wonders” and “Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Money Saving Slow Cooking.” Sweet Italian Meatball Pasta
Daily Archive: December 9, 2009
Pastoral appreciation DEC. 11—Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Second Street Extension, West Newton, will host their 6th Pastoral Anniversary Appreciation Weekend at 7 p.m. This is the anniversary of Pastor Rev. Eileen O. Smith. The guest preacher will be Pastor Maurice Trent of Lighthouse Cathedral in Mt. Oliver, along with his congregation, praise team and dancers. There will also be a service on Dec. 13 at 10:45 a.m. with Pastor Charles Wade and Spiritual Poet David Jones, followed by a 3:30 p.m. service with Pastor Stacey Taylor and more. For more information, call 412-452-6896. ORGANIZERS—The organizers called the Bible Study Group starting from back left are; Rev. Le Saunders, Mary Pickett, Yvonne Dennis, James Brown, Walter Fearbry, George Hamm, Andre Cullens, Gary Jones, Donald Fearby, Rev. Dr. Lacey F. Richardson, Linda Hagens and Jean Cason-Wynter. Sitting in front row from left are Shanna Bone, Mary Worthy, Joanne Wooten, Aleanhea Hamm, Patricia Fearby, and Delores Fearby.