- Peanut butter stew (nuts were used in the making of this dish)
- Quinoa with spices
- Quesadilla with chipolte chile
- Penne pasta and red pepper salad
- Sweet potato bisquits
- Marinated roasted red peppers and kale
- Organic, fresh-picked cucumbers and butternut squash (from the Biodiversity farm nearby) and homemade pesto
- Rice and beans with coconut milk
- Green beans with slivered almonds
- Coconut and honey cookie dough blobs (not sure that's what they were called, but they were deliciously slurppy)
- Multi-berry crisp topped with homemade ice cream
We lounged in the student's dorm living room on well-worn couches and floor pillows with pile-high plates on our laps. As we munched and commented, we (the few "staff/faculty" folks who were privileged to be invited) rejoiced in "kids these days" who out of their own poverty and excessive creativity of "anything is possible" prepared this wonderful feast.
The future is bright, indeed, with kids like these!
When Jesus saw what was happening, he was angry with his disciples. He said to them, “Let the children come to me. Don’t stop them! For the Kingdom of God belongs to those who are like these children. Mark 10:14
How are you finding God in "kids these days"?