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Friday, January 4, 2013

Shabbat Menu

I need to make sure I get it all done tomorrow, so I'll share my Shabbat menu here!

This way, I know where to look when I get completely sidetracked and don't remember what I still need to make...

We're having a quiet Shabbat, but with 6 of us in the family, including a teenage boy, that hardly means minimal cooking!

Here's the plan:

Homemade Whole Wheat and Flaxseed  Challot
Split Pea Soup (Friday night) - using up the last of my split pea stash, must get more!
Vegetarian Cholent (lunch) - also finishing up the black beans! Add those to the list!
Oven-fried Chicken (I mix equal parts whole wheat flour and yellow corn meal with spices of my choosing - usually black pepper, cayenne pepper, parsley, and granulated garlic. Coat chicken pieces with mixture. Arrange in a baking pan, and bake, covered, for about 2 hrs at about 200 C - coating will get all deliciously crispy)
Rice
Carrot Muffins
Potato Kugel, if I tovel the food processor blades! (otherwise, more roasted potatoes. I got potatoes very cheap this week...)
make-your-own-salad (we have cucumbers, red peppers, tomatoes, avodado...)
Apple Crisp
Chocolate Babka - made with- gasp! - white flour! can you believe it?

Also making:
maple-cinnamon breakfast bread or muffins


What are you making?

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