Lord, how greatly I need your rest. When I feel tired and stressed from the burdens of life, help me to remember that you are always with me and the comforter himself indwells my heart.

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Popovers Boys Can Make


1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup milk
2 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon melted butter
2 large eggs


Grease muffin pans. Sift dry ingredients. Add milk, honey and butter. Beat in eggs. Fill each muffin tin just under 1/2 full. Cook at 425 degrees for 25-30 minutes, until the sides are rigid and sides and top are brown. Do not open oven before 25 min to peek, or the popovers will fall. It's best if you can see into the oven with the light on, rather than open the door.

Heed the last piece of advice and don't open the oven door until just the right moment.
Brooks eventually graduated to making bread, along with his sisters. It came in handy, I found out years later, at the University of Illinois when he was a poor landscape architecture student making ends meet. He'd knead the dough and call it a meal with cheese and fruit for days on end!

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