So here's what we're having - it's been a pantry challenge week. I bought almost nothing, yet we are still pretty well stocked. (My salad pickings are pretty slim, though!):
Homemade Challot (from the freezer)
Vegetable soup (my standard one) - with whatever vegetables I have. I think we're out of kishuim this week, though. I believe we have onion, garlic, carrots, fennel, broccoli stalks, and butternut squash. Seems like it should combine to make a decent soup! - for Friday Night
Crock Pot Split Pea Soup - for lunch
Rice - I made a large batch and separated it into 2 containers already so I'd feel organized. It's for both meals, so I wanted to keep it in 2 separate pans.
Carrot Kugel - also separated already so one half can be served Friday night with chicken, and one half for lunch with dairy!
Chicken with honey-ginger-soy sauce - for Friday night
Tofu with honey-ginger-soy sauce - for Friday night, for my vegetarian son
Broccoli Pashtida (cheesey casserole) - for lunch
Whatever fresh vegetables I have - I think we're down to carrots, peppers and maybe 1 cucumber left
We still have pomelit, and I found a cinnamon cake in the freezer, so we're set!
Shabbat Shalom! What are you serving this Shabbat?
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