This is my 100th post! What a milestone! Thanks for following my adventures and sharing in my quest for frugal food in Israel!
This Shabbat I am serving the leftovers from the birthday dinner for Friday night, but I'll make some General Tso's Chicken to go with it, instead of the vegetarian version we had the other night. This plan was ok'd by the family - I know it's unconventional to have leftovers on Shabbat, but I wouldn't want the food to go to waste!
For lunch we'll have:
Breaded, oven-"fried" chicken
Make your own salad (lettuce, roasted red and yellow peppers, tomatoes, diced carrots, cucumbers, and whatever else I find around)
Roasted Zucchini with olive oil, salt, and pepper - this is delish served cold!
Chocolate cake for dessert (the kids made a big cake recipe for my hubby's birthday)
Seudah shlishit note:
I do very informal seudah shlishit usually. The leftover challah and whatever salads, chummus, peanut butter, jelly, etc are around. no fussing...
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