Salsa Skywriter

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                                                                   skywriter
                                                            can accommodate
                                                          an antenna structure
                                                       which occupied its place.
                                                                    interior!
                                                           -- Sharon Mason

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                                         Jackson 5 wrote a song


Skywriter

(chorus)
Skywriter
Sweep your silver pen,
Across the sky so high

Skywriter
Won’t you write the biggest
I love you
Cross the sky

She don’t read the letters
I write anymore
Sorry I upset her
But I wasn’t sure
Now I know I love her
I hope that she will see
A message high above her
That you write for me, yeah.

(chorus)

Hey hey
Send a box of cande
And flowers every day
Still she wouldn’t listen
Her pride got in the way

Now it’s up to you
It won’t fade away
Write it on the heavens
Love will make it stay, yeah

(chorus)



The Friday 56

cook book

Yes, that's right... I'm reading another cookbook from Zondervan. This one is a most enjoyable read and just by coincidence my page 56 this time is another delicious Mexican recipe. I haven't tried this one because I just don't care for real spicy, very hot food but my hubby sure does!

"This makes a lot, so I often freeze half to use at a later time. -- Becky

Killer Chipotle and Roasted Pepper Salsa 

Makes about a quart of salsa

1 28 oz. can organic crushed fire-roasted tomatoes (divided in half)
1/2 red onion
2 garlic cloves, peeled
3 small mini peppers (yellow, orange, or red) or 1/2 large red pepper, roasted)
1/2 c. of cilantro
2 large fresh jalapenos, seeded
2 chipotle peppers in adobe sauce
2 Tbl. white vinegar
2 teaspoons sugar
sea salt to taste
1/2 fresh lime, squeezed
1 tsp. smoked paprika

Put half of the crushed tomatoes and remaining ingredients in a food processor. Pulse until mixture has the consistency you like for salsa. Then stir in the rest of the crushed tomatoes, which will give it a nice chunky texture. Check seasonings once more. Grab a bag of chips... and enjoy.

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