Apr
02
2010

Make Your Day Count with Lindsay Roberts

BK: So, anyway, I cooked the salmon. We put the sauce together—

LR: Having no knowledge it’s a dip.

BK: No knowledge. She wouldn’t tell me. You know, wonderful sister, she didn’t tell me.

LR: Smart woman.

BK: I can appreciate it. I’m mad at her now for it.

CH: She knows now.

BK: Yes, I know now. I put it all together, served it to these people, and they were like, “This is the best salmon we have ever had, hands down.

LR: Meanwhile, you’re home sweating, right?

BK: Yes, I’m home sweating. We didn’t have cell phones then. No, I let her sweat, so we’re going to make it for everybody.

LR: So here’s what happened. And we’re going to give you the ingredients and share this because, here’s the thing, many times in our lives we get into a situation where we think, This is the big-gest disaster of my life. Can God turn this mess into a miracle?

And so we were sitting at the table, and the reason why I wanted them to show you is, first, so you can have the recipe and see how simple a mess can turn into a miracle. And second of all, the reason I wanted to do this was, your husband Hank was sitting there and he looked at us and he went, “You mean that was never supposed to be a real recipe?”

BK: We got it like from some gourmet recipe. He brags about it everywhere.

LR: And it was truly a total and complete accident. I say that to say this—we’re going to talk about Supernatural You in just a minute. But in the meantime, we’re going to show you how to take this mess that turned into a miracle, and we’re going to show you the recipe because I told Bren-da, “I want you to cook.” And she said, “I’ve got an idea.”

Well, this was the idea, and how you can take something that is nothing but lemons, liter-ally, and turn it into lemonade. If you’re sitting there thinking about what mess you’re in, what mess you’ve become, what mess someone has thrown in your face, “How in the world can I turn this into a miracle?”—I’m not sure you can. But the supernatural power of God that resides within you can take the mess and turn it into a miracle.

So before we get into the book, come on, you guys. Submit the recipe. Do it. By the way, we sautéed it. In the back room we have this little stove back there, and we sautéed the salmon. Depending on the thickness of the salmon or how you like your fish cooked, we did it about seven to eight minutes total. If you like it more done, help yourself. If you like it less, help yourself.

BK: This was in a little butter. Get it as brown as you like, and then basically what Christy has done is, she’s just cutting up some fresh dill. And then we’re going to use—how many ounces is this, Christy? This is about 16 ounces. And we’re going to use just the whole thing. And now here’s the thing, you could do this over a saucepan. It’s probably better because you really want to serve it hot. You could microwave it too. So that would be fine.

Basically, we’re just going to put the whole container—I am going to give that to you. That’s right.

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