The local food presented at Sunday’s Green Corn Project benefit was particularly wonderful. The crowd was wowed by Mulberry’s Gorgonzola stuffed dates wrapped in candied bacon, pear conserve and pumpkin butter from Confituras, Sticky Toffee Pudding Co.’s namesake, T salty caramel gelato, grilled salmon on arugula with chick peas and pomegranates from the Alamo Drafthouse, and Terry Conlan’s spicy deep fried black eyed pea fritters. It’s really marvelous a crisp, toasted crust topped with homemade sauce, local herbs and vegetables, cheeses from Anton Cheese Shop, and salumi and charcuterie from Salt Time and Kocurek Family Artisanal Charcuterie.
It’s the season for giving, and FOX59 is teaming up with Midwest Food Bank and Gleaners to Pack the Pantries and feed hungry Hoosiers. Every year, more than one million Hoosiers go hungry, many are children and seniors. After natural disasters, like hurricanes in Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, representatives from Midwest Food Bank say they’ve never had such a large need for disaster relief.
John Kinney, a professor of theology at Virginia Union, offered this stinging indictment:”When white supremacy adopts diversity, it seeks to either cleanse you, contain you, co opt you or convert you.”If one is not careful, that is exactly what will be achieved in today’s climate of multiracial churches.Opinion by Joel S. Baden and Candida Moss, Special to CNN(CNN) The destructive force of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the militant Sunni movement, is epitomized in a video released Thursday of ISIS members smashing a tomb in Mosul, Iraq.The tomb is traditionally thoughtto be the burial place of the prophet Jonah, a holy site for Christians and many Muslims.Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, is built on and adjacent to the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh, the setting for the biblical book of Jonah and once the most powerful capital of the ancient world.Indeed, for most people familiar with the Bible, Nineveh is inseparable from the figure of Jonah.In Christian tradition, the story of Jonah is an important one. Jonah’s descent into the depths in the belly of the great fish and subsequent triumphant prophetic mission to Nineveh is seen as a reference to and prototype of the death and resurrection of Jesus.The destruction of his tomb in Mosul is therefore a direct assault on Christian faith, and on one of the few physical traces of that faith remaining in Iraq..
Sandwich a stack of veneer sheets between some scrap wood (masonite, thin plywood, etc,) clamp tightly, and trace your pattern onto the top. Then cut the whole stack with a bandsaw or jigsaw, if it’s small enough. In no time you’ll have a giant stack of pentagons ready to assemble!Step 3: Flat GluingGlue two wood pentagons onto each piece of paper.