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I sure do.  Thank you Tjesi <3!

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[PUBLIC] Fundraising Announcements / Recipe Book Fundraiser (Redux)
« on: July 29, 2020, 05:46:31 pm »
I am happy to announce an upcoming project that will have the dual purpose of honoring and nourishing ourselves and our akhu, as well as fundraising!
We would like to make a House of Netjer recipe book called (something like) "Let's Feast" (it's a working title!).
These don't have to be recipes from your akhu, but anything you cook that you would like to share. Your favorite snacks, comfort food, dinner, lunch, breakfast or dessert are all welcomed.

We are just beginning to collect recipes to include in the book. We are happy to include recipes you have from your own kitchens, as well as those recipes your relatives wrote on the back of Carnation Milk labels and kept in a box on the kitchen window sill!

If relevant, please include any information you might have on the relative such as their name, the title you knew them by (Nanna, Gramps, Mum, Dad, Pops, etc.), their dates, their relationship to you, and maybe a little bio. We will try to include this with the recipe.

Below are a couple of examples. We would like as many recipes from as many of you as we can get!! Let's make this a true community project that will feed us and the kau of your family, and bring in some funds to allow us to thrive!
When we've collected them all, we'll compile them into a book, have it printed, and sell them for fundraising! Feed yourself, your community, and your akhu!

Please send your recipes to Revkhaiptah@kemet.org

Thanks, all!!

Senebty,
KhaiPtah

KhaiPtah's World Famous Chicken Salad.  (Well, it is known in 2 small areas of England and America)  Serves about 6 ish.  Prepare a couple of hours in advance and chill before serving. 
Goes well with a medium white wine, or a summer cocktail like Gin and Tonic.
2 large chicken breasts cubed into ½ inch cubes
1 bunch of green onions chopped into ¼ inch slices  (scallions or spring onions depending on your location)
3 sticks of celery chopped into ¼ inch slices
1 large Granny Smith apple diced into ¼ inch cubes
1 ½ cups mayonnaise
Juice of 1 lime
¾ lb of red seedless grapes cut into quarters
1 Tablespoon of minced garlic.
Salt and pepper to Taste.

Combine everything except the mayo in a bowl.  Mix well.
Then add the mayonnaise and stir until combined well.

Serve on French Baguettes.

Bloody marvelous.



KhaiPtah's Dad's Beef Stew Recipe
John Turner - Dad (Poppy or Pops to the grandkids)

John grew up during the Second World War in Bedford, England.  Having retired from the Royal air force, he trained as a sign painter and painted British pub signs, and then started a small construction company.  A talented artist, joker, and genuinely wonderful man, he served in the St. John Ambulance brigade and was invested by Her Majesty the Queen as an Officer Brother.

-2lb of lean beef stewing meat.
-3 medium potatoes
-1 large onion,
-1 medium turnip
-Cooking oil
-1 bottle of red wine
-Salt and pepper to taste

Take all ingredients except the red wine and put them in the refrigerator.
Open wine and allow it to breathe.
Pour into suitable container one measured cup of wine.
Drink wine.
Repeat.
Order take out.

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[PUBLIC] Fundraising Announcements / Re: Akhu Recipes Needed!!
« on: December 29, 2019, 09:45:36 am »
I apologize I had put my email in wrong. It is fixed now

Send them to Khaiptah@kemet.org

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[PUBLIC] Fundraising Announcements / Akhu Recipes Needed!!
« on: November 22, 2019, 05:07:34 pm »
Hotep All! ((henu))

I am happy to announce an upcoming project that will have the dual purpose of honoring and nourishing our Akhu, as well as fundraising!
We would like to make a House of Netjer recipe book called (something like) "Foods of our Fore-folk" (it's a working title!)


We are just beginning to collect recipes to include in the book. We are happy to include recipes you have from your own kitchens, as well as those recipes your relatives wrote on the back of Carnation Milk labels and kept in a box on the kitchen window sill!

If possible, please include any information you might have on the relative such as Name, title you knew them by (Nanna, Gramps, Mum, Dad, Pops etc) Dates, relationship to you and maybe a little bio.  We try and will include this in the recipe.

What I am looking for is perhaps something like the entry below.  We would like as many recipes from as many of you as we can get!! Lets make this a true community project that will feed us, the Ka's of your Family, and bring in some funds to allow us to thrive!
When we've collected them all, we'll compile them into a book, have it printed, and sell them for fundraising! Feed yourself, your community, and your Akhu!

Please send your recipes to khaiptah@kemet.org

Thanks All!!

Senebty,
Khai



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KhaiPtahs Dads Beef Stew Recipe
John Turner - Dad (Poppy or Pops to the Grand Kids) 

John Grew up during the second world war in Bedford England.  Having retired from the Royal air force.  He trained as a sign painter and painted British Pub sign and then started a small construction company.  A talented artist, Joker and genuinely wonderful man.  He served in the St. John Ambulance brigade and was Invested by Her Majesty the Queen as an Officer Brother. 

-2lb of lean Beef stewing meat.
-3 medium Potatoes
-1 large onion,
-1 Medium Turnip
-Cooking oil
-1 bottle of red Wine
-Salt  and Pepper to taste

Take all ingredients except the Red Wine and Put them in the refrigerator.
Open Wine and allow to breath
Pour into suitable container one measured cup of wine.
Drink wine
Repeat
order take out


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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Please read
« on: November 02, 2019, 05:34:18 pm »
Hotep,

I would certain enjoy reading it

Senebty

Khaiptah

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Have access again
« on: September 06, 2019, 08:45:22 pm »
Welcome Back

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Returning...
« on: August 28, 2019, 11:02:34 am »
Hotep Nesi (henu)

Yayyy welcome back. It is wonderful to see you again. Yes it was the 4th retreat. I was the first for Djedet and I too.

Senebty and love

Khai

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello!
« on: August 09, 2019, 11:45:55 am »
Welcome :D

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Hello All!
« on: August 09, 2019, 11:45:15 am »
Welcome :D

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Glad to be here!
« on: July 12, 2019, 06:58:50 pm »
Hey Brian [[Henu]]

Nice to meet you I also live in Salt lake  (Sandy actually) 

and Yes I know SLUG!

Senebty

khai

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[PUBLIC] Kemetic Orthodox Q&A / Re: Returning
« on: June 14, 2019, 12:15:12 pm »
Welcome Back!!

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[PUBLIC] Welcome! / Re: Other temples?
« on: June 14, 2019, 11:49:39 am »
Hotep

Very Few Smaller churches (in the term of a group of like minded worshipers of any Pantheon) have physical structures dedicated for gathering.

The massive financial burden of Purchase, Insurance, maintenance, upkeep and repairs etc is enough to cause many groups to fold. 

We have over the years owned 2 buildings that were used for retreats, gathering and intensives.  However over the years we have evolved into a less centralized and more regional based religion.  (in many ways as Ancient Egypt evolved in the late Middle kingdom)

We (as a congregation) try to hold regional gatherings periodically and Gather for the New Year festival in the first week of August every year.

I can sympathize with the feeling alone.  I live in Utah  there are only perhaps 3 other Members within 250 miles.  The ting to remember is that this Site These Forums are UR church for most of the time.  This is the Church hall where we gather for a cup of Joe and Donuts after services.  It does make seeing each other when we can gather in real life all the more sweet.

Senebty

Khai

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Your zodiac is not predetermined by some silly chart. No instead Its more so as who you feel connected with the most and how you draw your connection with them.

Hotep

Just a quick friendly critique. Please try not to criticize others beliefs. Many find solace comfort and guidance from their astrological charts.

Thanks

Senebty

Khaiptah

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[PUBLIC] Fundraising Announcements / Thoughts on Home and its worth
« on: May 31, 2019, 12:25:24 pm »
How does one describe a home?

A place of comfort peace and warmth,  A place to kick off your shoes relax and let the stresses of the day drift into the background.  To me the House of Netjer is that my spiritual home.  It is to me a place where disparate people for every corner of the world can meet, shoot the breeze and celebrate our similarities and our differences.

And like many places of comfort at the center of all things is the Mother, the hub around which all things balance.  The one that holds things together, pours oil on troubled waters, puts band-aids on grazed knees, never gets the credit for doing the dishes and making mac and cheese but without whom everyone would drift off into the outer darkness and forget to send birthday cards.

Our mother is Hemet (AUS)  I have known her for 18 years or so now and I have spent a lot of time chatting with her on subjects spiritual and secular, serious and totally silly. 

I first met her in person at my first retreat.  It was in the Airport Hilton in Chicago, a very bizarre hotel that consists of 3 completely different style building joined by corridors in a triangle surrounding a pool.  We are sitting around in the foyer trying to spot the Kemetics as they came in. 
We had 2 small conference rooms for retreat.  One for preparation and one to hold gatherings and rituals in.  We were the ritual room when she came in. we all stood and Henued  She looked at us and said “Please sit down and relax,  I am just a person”  … and grinned at us.  The humanity and love shone through and made us all feel instantly comfortable  I was still quite “Star Struck” but she is so approachable and warm.
 Later that retreat we had a drumming workshop  I was given the honour of playing her mighty goat skin Djembe.  It weighs about 40lb and has a thunderous deep sound.  My hands were sore and red for the rest of the week but I was so happy to make a lot of noise.
We presented her that year with a Senet board we made and she trashed me soundly at it.
And the comments about Khai eating his Butt Make me giggle to this day.  (I had a huge Butt steak at a restaurant for dinner one night and have yet to live it down)

At retreat last year Djedet and I had terrible car trouble and I was stranded in Vancouver WA  for another 9 days after  retreat ended. 
Every night Hemet drove over the 15 miles from Portland to spend time with me each evening.  We went out for dinner, pizza one night, Indian another, Mongolian another and always found a way to work in ice cream or pie for desert. This just shows the kindness and commitment of the lady.  I was happy for the company because a strip motel by the free way is bleak at the best of times  but knowing I was stuck there she went out of her way to make sure my needs were taken care of and that I had company for dinner.

How much is a Home worth.  To me what ever I can give. 
How much is a spiritual leader who can make silly jokes about Mike Myers, teach us things of faith love and strength, work out rituals and prayer and guide us heart and soul? 

To coin a phrase …. priceless


Senebty and love

Khai

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Nekhtet!!

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