It’s the middle of the year and sweltering in SW Mississippi. I hope it is cooler where you are. The heat index here will be 110!
I just thought I’d take a moment and thank all of you for reading my posts and recipes. It is humbling to think that my words might mean something to someone other than myself. Which brings me to my question: why do you read The Exile’s Kitchen? There is a follower(s) from Brazil and also from Taiwan. So, tell me, please, what appeals to you? Is it that you just like to cook? Or have you gone through a loss? Do the Scriptures give you comfort?
Feed back is much appreciated, especially from those of you living on the other side of the world from this little corner in the deep South.
(Funny side note: I was recently in New Milton, England, on a mission trip helping with a softball clinic- among other things. I coached first base. During one of the games, the boy playing second question why I kept saying ‘y’all’.
” I didn’t know Americans said y’all,” the boy asked between pitches.
I began to explain, “Well, I’m from the South and instead of saying’ you guys’ or ‘all of you’, we shorten it to y’all.”
“You’re from the South?”
“Where?” he wanted to know.
” I’m from Mississippi,” I replied.
He contemplated that for a few seconds, then asked “Mississippi? Is that in Brazil?”
“No, darling,” I smiled my answer. “Not South America, but the southern part of the United States.”)
Blessings from the Exile’s Kitchen.