Our Letter of the Week Service Projects continue. "G" presented a bit of challenge, as I had no desire to take Garlic, Green beans, Guacamole, or Grapes to anyone....although I did entertain the idea of Granola Bars. Grant suggested my popular recipe of White Chocolate Gorp, and I was sold.
(For the record, Gorp stands for "Good Old Raisins and Peanuts"....although obviously mine contains much more than that).
It's delicious, easy, and kids love to help make it and eat it. We bagged it up, stuck on some Green bows, and delivered it to a lovely middle-aged couple from our church, the G______s. It was pouring rain and not really the weather anyone would want to go out in, but we had fun visiting with them and spending a few moments getting to know some familiar faces from church on a more personal level.
If you haven't had a chance to make this Gorp recipe, you really have to try it. It's irresistible.