This book is some Christian based cleaning and cooking help. Evidently, the way to heaven is a tidy home and some decent meals. Fine. A lot of folks take homemaking seriously. More power to you. It’s the subtle (and not so subtle) implications that a good Christian woman does this and if you don’t, obviously you are not good or not a Christian. The Midwestern folks out there might get a kick out of a hot dish recipe or maybe a recipe for a mayonnaise based salad. Otherwise, it’s time to let this one go.
I actually like (cis male) the bottoms of 116 and 117.
Wow! Flaming Jello mold!
I’m shocked that the lady on page 76 is actually wearing pants!
I need this book! It would inspire a really good drag show act!
“The Midwestern Folks Out There” really? I really hate broadbrushing.
Of course it is a generalization. When I am outside the Midwest, most people don’t seem to understand the significance of mayo and jello. 🙂
Seriously, though, five cup salad is delicious. (Why yes, I am from the Midwest.)
I have a 5 cup salad recipe too. I will skip the coconut though. 🙂
Well there’s some eye-watering privellege right there. Pretty sure plenty of people didn’t have the luxury of having one person who didn’t work outside the home, even then. (To be fair, at least they thought women should be informed about politics, and didn’t try to advocate for one particular party.)
where’s the rest of the lady on page 103?
we all have god’s personality????
Yes, Five Cup Salad is a solid contribution to our family potlucks and holiday meals – topped with orange-section flowers with marshmallow centers!
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