Our staple summer meal are these tilapia burgers with watermelon salsa which we made last week while having friends over. They are just so quintessentially summer, and I wanted to find a drink that matched them in warm-weather-y goodness. And yes, that meant it had to be watermelon-y too!
I’m trying to decide if I think watermelon is as iconic to summer as pumpkin is to fall. I’m not quite sure if watermelon reigns as supreme because in the summer months there’s lots of other produce to compete with. Also, side note, has anyone noticed pineapples are everywhere right now? They’re the trend fruit for sure.
Jump in the time machine, because we are going back. No, I’m not just talking about how I recently reviewed a different book by the same title (Humility by CJ Mahaney). I’m headed back to the 1800′s with our new friend, Andrew Murray.
Once at a conference, I heard a speaker say it is important to read old books by dead people. And I completely love that! There are many of fads and trends in advice and self-help, but age-old wisdom is a true treasure. (The Bible, of course, is the pinnacle of this!) Andrew Murray’s Humility is a brief, yet potent look at humility and how it epitomizes much of Christ’s work and person.
There is something really special about this recipe. Not just that it’s a neat bruschetta remixed with fig and gorgonzola. It is definitely that, But this is the first recipe video I ever made. I hope watching it gets you even more in the mood for some figs & gorgon!