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What's your favorite way to show someone you appreciate them or you care about them?
For me, it's pretty much always food. No matter how “creative” I get, whenever I dream up a gift for someone, it's pretty much always related to food in some way. Food is my heart language, you could say.
So when there are so many people in my family's life to whom I want to give a simple, precious gift to say, “YOU are loved!” or “I appreciate you” or “Thank you for what you do for our community” during this festive season, the gifts to which I tend to gravitate… yup, food.
Are you at all like me?
Thus, today in my monthly contribution to the blog at the Traditional Cooking School by GNOWFGLINS, I'm sharing a few ideas for real food gifts that specifically provide for a need or hearken to a greater gift than just the gift itself. These gifts are a thoughtful ministry to honor and care for the deeper physical and emotional needs of our friends and neighbors, while still being simple and easy to put together.
Merry Christmas and many blessings to you all!