By Ernie McNaught
(Crossroads Real Estate)
In a previous blog I mentioned we were going to our "adopted" grand daughters home for a meal, wondering if she might serve us some Brazilian food. She served two dishes which were almost daily fare for her parents. Her parents grew up in different area of Brazil and one dish was common for her father, one for her mother. One dish she said was Angu. It was a corn dish. The other was a rice and bean dish. The names are Aroz (rice) and fejao (beans) which we piled together. Am I a blessed man, or what?