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Special Memories from Tracy Martin

(Tracy and her hushalld Tremaine are very active members at SHBC serving ill mallY different capacities. Tracy is a _weech therapist, but her mo.\'{re'rfardillg job is "mom" to Trey, Anna Caroline &

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This recipe is one of my favorites that my grandmother. who we called Nanny or Nan, passed on to me. She influenced my life in so many ways. Not only did she pass on to me her love for cooking, but she instilled in me an appreciation for nature and God's creation. My sisters and I would spend summer days with my grandparents. We would sit on the porch and bird watch or shell peas and butterbeans. Later, after my husband, Tremaine and I began dating, we would often drop by my grandparents' house, which was on the way to my house, to find them watching the ten o'clock news. They were always delighted to see us. My grandparents also modeled a godly marriage and were still smitten with each other after 54 years of marriage, when my grandfather passed away. After Tremaine and I were married and my grandfather passed away, we would often spend the night with Nan. She delighted in making us homemade biscuits, grits. eggs, and sausage for breakfast. She was a marvelous cook who loved to share with others. My children never go to know her, but I tell them about her often. When I make one of her recipes, I make a point to share a memory of my grandparents or an occasion when Nan would make the particular recipe. Now, my parents are influencing my children and making precious memories with them. Godly grandparents are a precious treasure in their grandchildren's lives and are a vital part of growing godly children. As fall approaches, this simple Macaroni & Cheese recipe will be a wonderful addition to any meal, or if your kids are like mine, it may be a meal itself!

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Boil the noodles according to the package directions. Drain & rinse. Return the noodles to the pot that you boiled them in. Tum the burner on low, Add the butter or margarine. Add the egg and beat it lightly. Add enough milk to make it creamy, but not soupy, Add about 3/4 of the block of cheese, or more or less depending on how cheesy you like it. Let it simmer on low for about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to make sure it does not stick. Transfer to a 9 x 13 dish (sprayed with cooking spray) and bake at 350 for about 20 minutes. Top with cheese and bake for 5 more minutes or until the cheese is melted, You can find this recipe, with pictures and step-by-step directions, plus others 01/ my blng, The Homemaker's Journal. My blag address is tlp_ , mnllakenjoUrIllll-tnlcy.hloKsPot.comlor, you can find it on Facebook hy searching 111eHomemaker's Journal.

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Kids Say ... creation, This favorite thing God created.

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