Monday, February 18, 2013


Brian has been wanting our college students to experience an American style "BBQ".  So, on the first Saturday in February we invited them all over to our house for a young people's fellowship.
Food preparation
There were about 25 who attended.  We only have a tiny gas grill that hooks up to my cooking gas cylinder (which can take a week or more to get refilled), so we knew we had to come up with a better solution to cook for so many people.  Using cast off bricks from a neighbors building project, a couple of oven racks, and some coal, we got a good system that easily cooked all the meat for our crowd.

Brian and Pastor Dubish were the "BBQ masters".
The girls and I made coleslaw, potato salad, and desserts.  Some of our brothers and sisters from Manipur made fish and pork in their style, and since this is still India (American BBQ or not), we made some rice!
Cooking the rice

Naomi and Pooja chowing down

Kara and her friend sitting on the wall

Looks like everyone is enjoying the BBQ!

Hmmm..not sure if Blessing and Alex are enjoying or not!

We had the BBQ on the roof of our house.  Since we don't really have a back or front yard, this was the most convenient place.
After everyone enjoyed the food, we had a short message, and then watched the movie "Courageous".  It was a very enjoyable time!

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