I went to town 2 wks ago and ended up buying a ham. Since I had never cooked a ham before, I asked Marsha if she would be willing to make the ham for Easter. She tried to tell me that it was really easy to cook a ham, but I said, you do it and I will watch and learn for next time, she agreed. So I had defrosted the ham and she took it in the morning to cook after sunrise service. I went over to see what she was doing to it and I see the ham just sitting in a 9x13 pan. I said that is it, no water, no nothing - nope. She said it was easy, but I didn't realize it was this easy. It tasted great and with it being that easy, I can probably cook the ham next time.
Anytime you eat at Marsha's you eat a lot of vegetables. I have now grown to like almost all vegetables, which is quite a change from when I first came here. However, when I make dinner, I still usually only make one, or maybe 2 vegetables, if you count a green salad. Well I ended up eating 5 vegetables at Easter - cucumbers, a green salad, green beans, asparagus and pumpkin, hard to believe, but they were all good. It was a very nice and relaxing day with great food, good fellowship and a great reason to be together - a Savior who rose again and has given us life.