I haven't been eating too well. Just rice and beans and chicken (all boiled). I did find out how to make rice poorage which I like, You soak rice overnight and then boil it in the morning and mix in what is called Cowbell which is powdered milk and stir it as you pour it in once it's boiling and then add in some sugar. The first time I made it I didn't have sugar so I added some pixy stix and it was so nasty. The second time it was so good! I'm going to see if Sister Judd has any simple recipes that I can use to add some variety to my diet.If you have a simple recipe, concoction, or food combination that may be easy for a missionary in Ghana please share it with us. You may leave a comment, send an email directly to Jenny or myself, or send Elder Schmeltzer a note using the address to the right. Ghana has an abundance of food basics such as chicken, rice and fish. Think of a favorite and send it along!
Monday, April 30, 2012
It's Your Turn to Respond!
We have many friends and family members who are following Elder Schmeltzer's Blog and I would like to invite your help on something. There are many missionaries who serve in various ages and in many lands. You may be one who has served, or have someone close who has served. I am sure this is not uncommon; Elder Schmeltzer shared the following this week: