"God is never late, but seldom early and what He gives needs no improvement," has been a favorite saying of our family since Daddy and I first married. I began praying at the beginning of the year for a new (to us) vehicle because our mechanic had warned us that ours wouldn't pass inspection this August. My wish list was nearly a page long, but our "God of the impossible" provided once again: an elderly couple in our church gifted us a classic Chevy Caprice with a rebuilt engine, tranny, and new paint job. Your brothers are ecstatic -- this is a "cool" car for teen boys in our neck of the woods, and they no longer have to fold themselves into pretzels to get into the back of a minivan. I'm just in awe of our God that found a way to keep us car payment free even though we've had a lean couple of years.
I'm sharing one of our family's favorite recipes with you today, Honey Mustard Sauce. It works equally well for salad dressing, dip, or brushing on grilled meat. Nate likes to drizzle it on baked sweet potatoes -- kind of gross, but hey, he's 14.
Honey Mustard Sauce
from Family Feasts for $75 Week
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/4 cup mustard
1/4 cup honey
2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
Whisk all ingredients together and refrigerate in airtight container. Keeps for up to 2 months unless you made it with homemade mayonnaise.