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In the USA, I think it’s great how many different foods Americans are exposed to. There isn’t much that an American living in the continental 48 can’t find in a restaurant, grocery store, online or in a specialty store. Having … Continue reading

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Pretty as a market plum

Originally posted on Bob Creson:
Photo Courtesy Bob Creson, Nugunu Visit, January 2012 Wycliffe translation consultant, Keith Patman, had not expected to see the word for “plum” right in the middle of 1 Peter 3:3, but there it was! The…

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Sac Sac

Although we are blessed with wonderful, juicy tropical fruit; we crave things we can’t get like strawberries, cantaloupe, peaches, nectarines, pears, grapes, etc… David was introduced by a colleague to a Korean made grape juice drink, Sac Sac. The drink … Continue reading

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Better then Bacon

Yes I am a bacon fan; in case you missed it I was able to sample a bacon ice cream sundae. My wife came home the other day with a new discovery. In my opinion this wonderful find could change … Continue reading

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Many more differences

Daily life here is quite different than anywhere else we’ve lived. We leave our windows open 24 hours a day 7 days a week, unless the rain is driving in a specific direction and pouring into the house, then we … Continue reading

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