Thursday, October 3, 2013

Shabbat Menu

I don't think I can play the sick card any longer. Not that I'm not sick, it's just that I'm definitely improving little by little, and my family is going to wither away if I don't start cooking again. How on earth am I going to recover from this post-flu fatigue? Please share your best tips, I could really use the help...

I hope my meds control the coughing enough that I can cook without resorting to wearing a surgical mask!!

Here's the plan:

Challot (really, we will probably end up buying challot, again. I just don't think I can do it all)
Vegetable Soup (already made that, phew!)
Roast Chicken (spicy?)
Roasted Ratatouille (I chop up  all sorts of veggies, toss with olive oil and salt, and roast in the oven) (served cold as a salad during the day)
Rice or maybe couscous
Roasted Beets
Black Bean Cholent

I hope that'll do. I can't imagine having more energy than that...

What are you making for Shabbat?


  1. Definitely time to break out the big soups and the chollent. And of course you need to buy the challot this week - don't even think about making them. Shabbat Shalom and rest a lot.

    1. Thank you! Enjoy your Shabbat, too. I'm definitely going to try to rest, but I feel so bad for my hubby, he's got to get a chance to rest, too.


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