Things to Make and Do: July 2003 Archives

July 16, 2003

Yum, yum...

Sign up at Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network web site and receive a recipe for Pat's Age-Defying Protein Pancake:

Pat's Age-Defying Protein Pancakes can:
  • Combat the build-up of plaque in your blood vessels and arteries
  • Provide complex carbohydrates to keep your system running at its best
  • Provide an excellent source of energy and essential fatty acids, important for good heart health
  • Help protect against breast, uterine and prostate cancer
And Pat shares his cooking tips along the way to help make your pancakes light and fluffy.

Presumably praying for something positive is anaethema to Pat Robertson. And he apparently did not get the recipe during one of his conversations with God, either:

Disclaimer: Consult with your physician before starting this or any new health regimen or supplement program, especially if you have allergies to any of the listed or related products, or are under the care of a physician or other medical professional, or have any other health problems. No specific health benefit is implied or promised from this recipe.

(via Holy Weblog)

July 9, 2003

A very useful item

Cherie Marie Leck, the designer of this magnificent crocheted cross does not offer any practical suggestions as to what to do with her creation once you've made it, but I'm sure you'll think of something.

If cross stitch is more your thing, you could make these * Prayer Babies: "My Heart Belongs to Jesus" Boy and Girl *, also available for plastic canvas.

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