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Crawfish Etouffee

Join Tilly Dillehay, author of Seeing Green: Don't Let Envy Color Your Joy and Broken Bread: How to Stop Using Food and Fear to Fill Spiritual Hunger, as she discusses what led to the writing of her books. Tilly delves into the nuances of envy, the art of delighting in food, and the importance of keeping food from becoming a barrier to fellowship. She also shares valuable insights on the right attitude towards guests and how to be fully present when they arrive. Plus, don't miss the description of the delicious Cajun dish she serves! We're so glad you're here! (Visit comeoverfordinner.com for the recipe and more!)



Can substitute shrimp if needed.

Add smoked sausage (Cajun style is best!) that you slice up and brown.

Serve with:

Rice

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Gjest
22. nov. 2023

The discussion of Tilly's book Broken Bread struck a chord so deep within me that it put a lump in my throat. Something that brought me joy for many years--sharing food from my kitchen--has become onerous. These ones are gluten-free. That one can't eat dairy. This family must have all organic ingredients. Grass-fed beef only. No brassicas. No alliums. No refined sugar. No food coloring. No MSG. No soy. Oh, and it needs to be kid-friendly and freezable without loss of quality.


I know that some people have very serious food sensitivities and even mere preferences should be respected. But there are so many, and it's a challenge when more than one or two converge. And I, too, have heard…


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