Happy Easter everyone! What’s on your dinner plate?

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Did you know….

The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the foundation of the Christian system (cf. 1 Corinthians 15:14ff). If there was no resurrection, Christianity is a hoax, and we are wasting our time. But the truth is, the event of Jesus’ resurrection is incontrovertible. Professor Thomas Arnold of Rugby, a world-renowned historian, once said that Christ’s resurrection from the dead is the “best-attested fact in human history” (1939, 2569). This being the case, just what is the significance of Jesus’ resurrection? Think about these matters.

First, the resurrection is one of the major evidences that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Paul affirmed that Christ is “declared to be the Son of God with power . . . by the resurrection from the dead” (Romans 1:4).

Second, Jesus’ resurrection represents an assurance that we can have forgiveness from our sins. Paul contended: “[I]f Christ hath not been raised, our faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins” (1 Corinthians 15:17). The reverse of the apostle’s affirmation would be this: if Jesus was raised, sins will be forgiven when we obey the gospel (Acts 2:38; 22:16).

Third, the resurrection tells the world that the kingdom of God is ruled by a living sovereign. The founder of Islam is dead and his bones lie dormant in the earth. But the founder of Christianity—sixty years after his death—appeared to John on the island of Patmos and said: “I am the first and the last, and the Living one; and I was dead, and behold, I am alive for evermore” (Revelation 1:17-18).

Fourth, Jesus’ resurrection proves that physical death is not the termination of human existence. God, who is the giver of life (1 Timothy 6:13), has the power to reanimate the human body. Christ’s triumph over the grave is Heaven’s pledge to us that we too shall be raised. This is why Jesus is referred to as the “firstfruits of them that are asleep” (1 Corinthians 15:20,23).

Fifth, the Lord’s resurrection previewed the ultimate victory of Christianity over all its enemies. In the book of Revelation, Jesus is depicted as a lamb that had been slain, but was standing again (5:6). This same Lord was “the lion of the tribe of Judah” that had overcome his foes (5:5). Christians too will overcome as a result of the Lamb’s sacrifice and victory over death (cf. Revelation 12:11).

The resurrection of the Son of God should be a constant reminder to us of these wonderful biblical truths. We honor our Master’s victory over death—not once a year, but every week!(christiancourier.com)

Today’s Restaurant

Trev’s House – San Jose, Ca

Average Cost

Less than $20

Rating (1-10)


Recommended Dishes: 

Steak or beef soup, garlic bread

Today’s Recipe


Happy Easter or Happy Resurrection Day to my Christian brothers and sisters!

For this glorious day of celebration for the Resurrection of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; I ask you how are you doing your celebration?

Did you have a big BBQ with the family and hearing the sounds of kids laughing searching for Easter eggs?

Did you go to church this morning and plan to eat a nice dinner at a gourmet restaurant?

Or are you at home snuggling and cooking a nice home cooked meal?

Whatever you are doing, please make sure today that you do your best to let the stress fall away. Enjoy life! It is too short to let days pass away in misery rather than enjoying the little things in life.

You are still breathing..you still have purpose..there is still hope…there is still liveactioneating.com. 🙂

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My Oh My… He love the Pad Thai!!

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The Royal Thai Cuisine or “Aharn Chao Wang” or “Kapkhao Chao Nai”, the original recipes were prepared in the Royal Palaces. The royal Thai cuisine became well-known in the beginning of the Rattanakosin Era when some royal members prepared meals or “Phra Khrueang Ton” for the royal families..(amazingthaifood)

Today’s Restaurant

Pad Thai – 500 Lawrence Expy., Sunnyvale, CA 94085

Average Cost

Around $8- $13 per plate depending on the dish

Rating (1-10)


Recommended Dishes:

Spicy Catfish Plate, Tom Kha Soup with chicken

Flavor upon flavor upon flavor!! I should begin and end this blog post with just the pictures alone and in my Forest Gump voice state, “and that’s all I have to say about that.”

Thai food is awesome, Thai food is scrumptious, Thai food is a 4th of July in Las Vegas in your mouth! It is a craving that I must hold in the grasp of my gums at multiple times in a month.

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What the Pho you talking about?

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Vietnam has a unique/odd habit of adding broth/soup to the rice bowl, which appears nowhere else in the planet. In Latin America, people add pop corn or fried plantains to their soup but Vietnam is the only, in terms of rice.(vietnamonline)

Today’s Restaurant

Pho Minh – 10118 Bandley Dr, Cupertino, CA 95014

Average Cost

Around $7-$9 per Pho Bowl of Soup, $5 for egg rolls

Rating (1-10)


Recommended Dishes: 

Rare Steak, Well-done Flank, Tendon, & Tripe Pho, Egg Rolls

So it’s Sunday and we just did an hour drive from visiting Virginia’s mom’s house in Vallejo,Ca and we have some errands to do before we get home. We have to visit with our photographer for our wedding which will be coming up in June which is stressful enough and then we need to look for a wedding band as well.

Sounds like a day where we are going to need some serious comfort food to make the smiles stay steady with us today.

If we planned on having a nice cold beer then a burger and fries, chicken strips or fish sticks would most likely be the lunch of choice. However, we need to run around and I need a fix that is going to keep me filled but bring us great pleasure of enlightenment without needing the alcohol consumption to go with it since we already indulged ourselves with wine and Glenlivet last night. 🙂

When I am in this kind of mood a sodium filled, flavor explosion of Pho soup and egg rolls tickles my fancy just fine!

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