Thursday, July 17, 2014

Shabbat Menu

It's turning into quite a busy Shabbat for me.

A had invited a family (who is new in town) to join us for Shabbat lunch. That's normal. But usually, we have quiet meals (just us) on Friday night. However, today it came to my attention that a second new family in town had not been invited out for meals, and their kitchen is not yet functional, so... I invited them to join us for Friday night and set them up with another family for lunch.

And I wouldn't want to run out of food, so I just ran out and spent another 50 shekels on food I hadn't planned to buy, but all will be good. I think we'll have plenty to go around now!

Here's the plan:

Friday night

Homemade Whole Wheat and Oat Bran Challot
Vegetable Soup (the only kind my whole family will eat!)
Roast Chicken
Chicken Wings in BBQ sauce
Potato Kugel
Broccoli Kugel
Various salads with the vegetables I bought
(I've got lettuce, cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, kohlrabi, radishes, eggplant, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, etc)
Oven baked rice
Chocolate Cake

Shabbat Lunch

Homemade Whole Wheat and Oat Bran Challot
Vegetarian Liver (maybe)
Black Bean Cholent
Oven-fried chicken
Potato Kugel
Zucchini/Kishuim- not sure yet how I'm preparing them
Various salads again
Chocolate cake 

Seudah Shlishit

More Challah
Apple Crisp

Ok, now I must get off the computer and start cooking or I will never finish. I somehow ended up with a LOT of lettuce to check - but I want to be eating more leafy salads, so that's a good thing!

With lots of hope for a truly peaceful Shabbat for all of Israel, I wish you all a Shabbat Shalom.

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