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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

2 day "Chag" in Israel!

Well, it's not really 2 days of chag. It's chag and then Shabbat right after. But the effect is the same. More cooking than we are used to... But it hasn't been that long, really, so I think I can manage.

Here's what I'm cooking:

Food for Dairy meals:

Eggplant Parmesan
Quinoa and salsa casserole
Roasted Red Potatoes
Make your own Salad
Cheese pancakes
Carrot Kugel

Food for Meat Meals:

Vegetable soup with kneidlach
Chicken with apricot sweet and sour sauce
Shnitzel
Carrot Kugel
Potato Kugel
Stuffed Peppers (stuffed with a quinoa/veg mixture)
Roasted Cauliflower
Make your own salad

Snacks:


Pesach Rolls
Fruit
Banana-Coconut Cake

Desserts:

Brownies
Blondies
Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

I'm tired just thinking about it. Gotta get back to the kitchen!
Chag Sameyach!

6 comments:

  1. Sounds terrific!

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    1. But the question is, will your kids eat any of it? ;-P

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  2. Wow, that's some serious variety!!!! Sounds amazing!

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    1. I'm only halfway there and it's already midnight! AAAH!
      I also found some artichokes hanging out in the kitchen so I am roasting those right now, and I found half a cooked butternut squash that HAD to be used, so I turned it into a kugel...

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  3. Why not have the potato kugel at the milchig meals too? :D

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    1. Sweet child, I did not make enough potato kugel to do that. And I'm not planning to make more. Sorry. You'll survive with those fancy looking roasted red potatoes...

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