I'm sure Lutherans are not the only denomination that eats!
We eat after church
(coffee and treats brought by different members)
We have potlucks
(Where the kind of jello salad is based on the liturgical salad -- red during Pentecost)
We have sweet treats for Women's Bible Study
And if we get together at night . . .
We're working on a Field Test version of Martin Luther's Small Catechism
We meet at 6 p.m.
So that we can all have dinner --
Each family is responsible for a meal
Last week was my turn --
For "Germans" in a Lutheran Church
what do you fix . . .
Sue's Layered Mexican Salad
(a favorite that works so well to make Mexican food a meal)
A creamy cool lime pie
A perfect dessert for Mexican food!
Sue's salad is easy and works so well with enchiladas, that King Ranch chicken casserole, "Mexican" lasagna. It's easy, too, just opening cans and jars!
SUE'S MEXICAN LAYERED SALAD
1 bag of lettuce (your choice but I like a romaine)
1 can corn, drained
1 can black beans, drained
1 tomato, chopped
Tortilla chips, crushed
1/2 cup Ranch dressing
1/2 cup Picante sauce
Layer lettuce, corn, beans in a bowl. Top with grated cheddar and chunks of tomato. Top with tortilla chips, crushed. Mix picante and ranch dressing. When ready to serve pour dressing mixture over the top. Serve with tongs.
*Note -- It's not a keeper -- you need to eat it after you dress it. It's not good leftover!