bbq cauliflower & honey mustard

I listened to a sermon series recently that centered on the lovely topic of marriage. Although the message was for married couples, the principles were applicable to any sinner. I am far from married but am most definitely a sinner, so what I heard was extremely applicable : )

Some of what I learned, and was reminded of, is that I don’t deserve anything. The “smallest” sin I commit automatically makes me an offender to a perfect God. Every circumstance, inconvenience, and hurt…I actually deserve. Every breath…is actually a gift! My status in life should not be “sinned against” rather “loved by God, but sinful”.
I learned that Paul, who called himself the chief of all sinners, was not sin-centered, he was Gospel-centered. I have sinned against God, but have been forgiven and the Gospel is bigger than my sin.

I was reminded that as wonderful as marriage will be someday, it will be work. Finally, I heard this quote by Martin Luther, “Marriage: the school of character.”. Until the day comes for me to enroll at that school, by God’s grace I hope to apply what I learned right now with all people!

BBQ Cauliflower
1 head cauliflower (about 8 c)
1/2 c olive oil
1/2 c wheat free tamari
1/2 c nutritional yeast
2 T Frank’s Finest BBQ spice blend

Cut cauliflower, toss with remaining ingredients, spread on to parchment paper lined dehydrator trays, and dehydrate at 105° F for 12-24 hours.

Honey Mustard
2/3 c raw honey
1/4 c dry mustard
1/4 c white vinegar
1 t Celtic Sea salt

Mix all ingredients in a small bowl or food processor.

8 Responses to bbq cauliflower & honey mustard

  1. I’ve never been a fan of cauliflower, but this is tempting!

    I recently read a quote (here comes another quote!) that your post reminded me of: We are more sinful than we will ever know, but we are more loved [and forgiven] than we could ever hope.

  2. Sarah: I will warn you, the bbq cauliflower alone is very rich. Unlike actual fried food where you can eat and eat and eat, this stuff satisfies quickly. My taste testers (a.k.a. my family) said with the honey mustard it was beyond rich.

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