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Pesach Food 2010

imageThis is me.  All calm & organized in my gleaming Pesach kitchen.

Bwa ha ha ha ha.

But I do have some sense of what we’re serving, mostly because it is an exact cut-n-paste copy from last year’s meal plan.  A couple of things are changed around a bit, partly because Shabbos doesn’t immediately follow the second day.

So here’s what we’re eating!  (Wondering what I mean by desserts?  Check them out here!)

The First Days

 

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Lunch

 

Dairy –Rivka & kids & friend

Soup – squash

Broccoquiche

Crunchy cheese

MBS’s

Tomato/cuke salad

Cheesecake

Dairy – just us

Soup – squash

Broccoquiche

Hash browns

MBS’s

Tomato/cuke salad

Cheesecake

Dinner

Seder 1 – Family

3-colour fish

Chicken Soup

Lokshin fr/Mommy

Pickled Brisket

Veggie latkes

Cauliflower

Desserts

Seder 2- Silvia

3-colour fish

Chicken Soup

Lokshin fr/Mommy

Po-chip chicken

Harvard Beets

Desserts

 

I won’t even bother posting a “still to make” list.  Oh, okay…

Still to make:  everything.

Days to make it in:  1 and a bit.

Just so you can see how very organized I really am, here are meal plans for next Shabbos AND the last days!

Shabbos Chol HaMoed

 

Friday

Shabbos

Lunch

 

Dairy - Karen

Jar g fish

Pareve cholent

Blintz loaf?

Mush crepes – by Elisheva

Dinner

Dorothy, Mommy

Chicken Soup

Lokshin fr/Mommy

S/s mballs

Apple kugel

Leftover seder food

Desserts

 

 

The Last Days

 

Sunday

Monday

Thursday

 

Lunch

 

Dairy –Just us

Soup – squash

Mush blintzes

Slicey Potto Waits

grapefroot

MBS’s

Tomato/cuke salad

Cheesecake

Mommy for

Bubbeleh w/syrup bc it’s a TRADITION!

Let’s all grind up the oatmeal now and mix it with an eggy mush it around and toss on the ground and then you’ve got a bubeleh

 

Dinner

Night 1 – Michael & Marilyn & Mommy

3-colour fish

Chicken Soup

Lokshin

Po-chip chikn

Sweepo puffs

Gravy

Borckly

Desserts

Night 2 – Just Us

3-colour fish

Chicken Soup

Lokshin

Ap Turkey Thighs

Veggie Latkes

Desserts

Because it tastes bad pour on the see-rup, cover it in sticky,

Taste it a bit and smoosh in your mouth and be thankful Pesach is Oh-ver!

 

See my next post for a summary of what “desserts” really means!

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