What do Missionaries Eat?

Here’s a fun look at the food that showed up for lunch today at the Selah ZTM:img_8285Hey, Look, Sis Lewis!  It’s made right here in SELAH!!  And it has beets and sweet potatoes in it!  We have healthy applesauce!img_8286img_8287img_8288img_8289A chicken patty on sourdough for Hna. Knight and a peanut butter, honey and banana sandwich for Hna. Tolliver.img_8291img_8292img_8293Greek Gyro sandwiches for Elder King and Elder Taele.  Grilled lamb.  Fries covered with Feta and Tahina sauce.  Yum.img_8294Simply PB&J for Elder Folkman and Elder Tietjen.img_8296img_8297Leftover pizza for Elder Powell.img_8298Elder Spitzer and Elder Black had homemade clam chowder and biscuits from a member.img_8299Elder North and Hoskins topped off their lunch with a bag of Juanita’s chips & salsa.img_8300img_8302Sandwiches and Subway for the Sisters.img_8303Taco Bell for Elder Bouck and Elder Olson, who both PROMISED me NO MORE SODA!img_8304img_8306img_8307img_8308A Taco Bell burrito for Elder Hansen.img_8309img_8311img_8312img_8313Valentine’s Love to each of you:img_8314img_8315img_8316img_8318img_8319img_8320img_8321img_8322img_8323Lovely decor from the Primary surrounding us.  Love these kids.img_8284img_8283

About annlaemmlenlewis

I am member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and I am currently serving as a Missionary in the Washington Yakima Mission. Welcome to my personal blog, Ann's Words, and my Mission blog, Our Yakima Mission. If you are interested in family history stories and histories, you can find those posted in Ann's Stories. Thanks for looking in!
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