Recipes For Manna

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘manna’, in terms of food? Anything in particular?

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5 thoughts on “Recipes For Manna

  1. Chef John Zendher, autographing one of his chicken cookbooks, signed it with, “To each recipe, add a cup of love”. I think in manna that’s an amount of 100%, adding nothing else. And anything else that’s added is an accompianment.

  2. I agree, Luna Pier Cook.

    I have to wonder if when I taste some of the things manna is assumed to be (historically, by various scholars) if I’ll be thinking ‘love’ at how they taste, though. 🙂

    That is, if I manage to actually get my hands on them. But that’s what this is all about, so hopefully I will!

  3. I really don’t like the word “manna”. Nothing against the subject, I just don’t like the word.

    Kind of like I don’t like the word “blog”, so I don’t have one?

  4. srhcb – sometimes I don’t even like my own name, but I live with it anyway. It seems to me to be more useful than constantly trying to attack it, though that urge does arise often enough!

    Louise – Yes. And the way you wrote it, I could feel it. 🙂

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