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Conscience is something, in a sense, apart from man. It has been put in him by God; it is a reminder of the voice of God within him, an inward monitor, and a man cannot really manipulate his conscience. He can go against it, but that is not manipulating it. It is possible, as this Apostle says again in writing to Timothy, for the conscience to be seared “with a hot iron”. But nevertheless it is true to say that the conscience is an independent witness.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (God’s Sovereign Purpose)

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Recipe Round-up:  Sandwiches

Today's the day for this month's Recipe Round-up:  Sandwiches!

Our hostess is Dorothy, at Field Stone Cottage. Be sure to leave a link to your recipe over there!

I couldn't make up my mind about which sandwich recipe to share, so I went back and sorted through all of the recipes I've shared here and thought I'd share the links in this post and then add one new recipe.

First; the links:

Sloppy Giuseppes
a sloppy joe made with homemade sausage

Grilled Chicken Sandwich
a grilled chicken sandwich with pesto and bruschetta topping

Tea Party Sandwiches
Deviled Chicken with Pecans on Brown Bread
Salmon with Cucumbers on White Bread
Queen Adelaide Sandwich on Rye Bread

Hot Dogs with A&W coney sauce
if you like coney sauce--really like it--this is a great recipe.  It makes a boatload, but it's nice to have some in the freezer.

The new recipe I'll be sharing is delicious and probably a bit unexpected.  Well, maybe not.  If you've read Hiraeth for very long, you'll know I like to make leftovers into something entirely new and different.  This is one of those leftover creations that has become a favorite in its own right.

Chicken Spinach Pecan Wrap 

It starts with leftover chicken and leftover salad:

salad.jpgSpinach Salad with roasted red peppers, sweet onion, bacon and pecans dressed with homemadesweet and sour celery seed dressing. 


1/2 cup Hellmann's mayonnaise
1 cup oil    
1/2 cup cider vinegar
3/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon celery seed (or poppy seed)

Wisk together and chill.

When you are making the wrap, you could put it together with fresh salad, but for some reason, if you refrigerate the salad with the dressing on it, it just tastes better.  Add chicken to the salad--leftover from last night's meal, grilled and cubed, whatever you've got--and roll it all together in a whole wheat wrap.


Reader Comments (4)

What a wonderful sounding wrap. Thanks for all the links too!

April 17, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterellen b

A picture is worth a thousand words---the salad looks great, and stuffing it into a wrap only makes it better! Thanks for all the recipes, Kim.

April 17, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterrosemary

Good enough to eat!

April 17, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

Thanks for contributing to the Round Up, Kim. Your recipes are always so good!

April 18, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterDorothy

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