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Thursday, May 12, 2011


This sauce seems like a contradiction in flavor but when used properly it produces culinary masterpiece.

The recipe for making it is very simple and can be made with what most good cooks have on hand. The blend of ingredients produces a tartness that adds a spice to life that is most pleasurable.

In life we will experience both the sour and the sweet, and in the wrong proportions it will produce a bitterness that is hard to get rid of. If we can control the mixture the effect will not be as bitter as it could be.

Quinine, made from the cinchona bark is very bitter and if you only evaluated it based on taste, you would do anything to avoid it. But if you had malaria and took it in proper doses it would help you get over this sickness.

In the same way most bitter things have an antidote, and as the song says “a little bit of sugar helps the medicine go down.”

We do not live in a utopian existence and have to face the bitter by its self at times. How we react to this bitterness controls the level of disparagement and the length of the experience.

We the people possess the ability to rebound, to recover, to restore our selves our norm. Be positive in negative situations.

Oh LORD be good to me today!!

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