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Leon Hiebert was pastor of Andover Assembly of God (Generations Church A/G) from 1989 to 2009. He is a Viet Nam veteran who spent 10 years in the US Navy most of the time as a corpsman serving with the Marine Corps. A native of Belleville, Kan., ...

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Leon Hiebert was pastor of Andover Assembly of God (Generations Church A/G) from 1989 to 2009. He is a Viet Nam veteran who spent 10 years in the US Navy most of the time as a corpsman serving with the Marine Corps. A native of Belleville, Kan., Hiebert is semi retired and lives in Andover with his wife, Sharon. He is a school bus driver for USD 385, Andover, Kansas.

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Cooking with Coca-Cola? Check out these cool suggestions I recently discovered for using Coca-Cola in the kitchen:

1) Marinate pork chops or steak in a bowl filled with a can of Coca-Cola for at leat two hours; grill for perfection.

2)Mix Coca-Cola with Heinz ketchup to make a zesty barbeque sauce.

3) Prepare your Thanksgiving turkey with Coca-Cola by placing the washed turkey in a plastic oven bag with a half can of Coca-Cola. After pouring the Coca-Cola over the turkey, seal the bag tightly and bake as directed. Split open the bag 30 minutes before the cooking time ends. This will give the turkey a golden, caramel color and the Coca-Cola provides a salty flavor!

4) Add a half can Coca-Cola in cooking beans to prevent excess gas after you've eaten them.

5) For moist, delicious brownies substitute Coca-Cola for water in brownie recipes.

 

 

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