Have you ever looked at your pet and wondered what they were thinking? Do they love you unconditionally or are they going to smother you in your sleep? This week we talk to Rae Ramsey – a Pet Communicator/Pet Psychic.
A person who can perceive information that is unavailable to the normal senses could be considered a psychic. Rae realized she had this gift when she was in kindergarten and can talk to both living and dead pets. Listen to our fascinating interview with her!
Have a question for Rae Ramsey? You can email her at email@example.com
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Recipe of the Week
So what happens when you sauce up potatoes au gratin and serve them up at the post-burial luncheon for the family of the deceased? It becomes a beloved comfort food fit for any time, but especially when people need comfort the most. There is nothing in Mormon theology that requires this menu, but it has become the standard funeral luncheon, to the point that au gratin potatoes have been dubbed “funeral potatoes” by people of the region.
In fact, it when Salt Lake City hosted the 2002 Winter Olympics, it not only honored the world’s greatest athletes; it also honored its treasured dish. Commemorative 2002 Winter Olympics pins proudly feature funeral potatoes. (For real! That’s one of them to the left!)
Click here for an interesting take on the recipe with corn flakes on top – official Mormon funeral potatoes! You can learn more about the tradition here.
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Everyone Dies: and yes, it is normal!
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