This is officially the Whiniest Week of the Year, the week all four children wander around in despair, plaintively moaning: “what can I eat???”
It must also be the most expensive week of the year, as we inevitably turn to take-out and other conveniences. Baruch Hashem that we have them… but still. Costly.
Here’s what will pass for a menu, for the time being:
Sunday (yesterday): Easy deli-on-rye sandwiches at Mommy’s house w/Sara
Monday: Pasta, no-knead bread if I make it RIGHT NOW instead of typing this!!!
Tuesday (Ted’s late day): Salmon burgers, mashpo, yum
Wednesday: Chicken baked on top of rice (easy, easy, easy). At night, cook for Shabbos.
Thursday (last day of chometz): Maybe, maybe, maybe… takeout? Sure, a hundred thousand other families are going to have the same idea. Better phone it in early. At night, cook for Shabbos.
Friday (Ted’s off day): KITCHEN TURMOIL TIMES A BAZILLION as we turn everything over: remove all the regular dishes, bring up the Pesach dishes… gaah.
Shabbos: Easy, easy, easy. Some type of moist-cooked chicken in tinfoil that can go in the fridge. Some type of kugel that can be baked and stored. Corn. Store-bought (eek!) challahs & desserts. Sara coming.
Shabbos lunch: Again, easy. Will update later.
Remember: you can always visit THIS comprehensive list of all the suppers so far to see what kinds of yummos we have had in the past.